BSNL has recently announced the launch of a special SMS booster plan for its customers using which one can send unlimited SMS to National and Local mobiles for just 10 paisa.
Initially a customer need to recharge their BSNL mobile with Rs. 50 worth SMS booster pack and then, as said earlier, they can send as much SMS to any number (mobile) or any network across the county for just 10 paisa for one full month.
So BSNL customers what are you waiting for? Just recharge your mobile with this SMS Booster plan and celebrate women’s day with joy!! 🙂
Although it is becoming a habit with us at Fonearena, we would like to assure all our readers we are not gloating. Yet!
We have been covering the mobile scene with such alacrity and timeliness that sometimes, when a handset is launched in India we realise we’ve already covered its global launch. Similarly, when the Samsung Pixon was launched in September 2008, Fonearena covered the launch. Read the coverage here.
Specs & features at a glance:
•3.2-inch WQVGA (240 x 400 pixels) touchscreen featuring Samsung’s TouchWiz UI with auto screen rotation
•Samsung widgets on the desktop
•3G (HSDPA), GPRS/EDGE
•DivX, Xvid, mp4 file support
•Music Player with SRS 3D surround sound
•MicroSD card support
•8MP AF camera with LED flash x16 digital zoom, auto-focus, fast-shutter, face detection
Airtel and Research In Motion (RIM) introduced a new service plan specifically for Airtel customers in India.
The BlackBerry® Personal Mail service plan is an innovative offering that provides Airtel customers with unlimited email and instant messaging (IM) on BlackBerry® smartphone for just Rs. 499 per month. It is the first service plan priced at less than Rs. 500 to offer unlimited email and IM to BlackBerry smartphone customers in the Indian market.
Unlimited BB Rentals as high as Rs.1500 . And this plan comes as a surprise.
Looks like users are using accessing email from their devices much more nowadays.
And interestingly RIM has started to sell Unlocked BBs in India. We will update you on tat as well
As all of you have already read, Chennai said hello to some serious technology development, though not commercially available as of yet. Yes Chennai witnessed the launch of 3 G services yesterday . But we covered it yesterday.There is another technology the government has been promising to launch for a long time.
Well, considering the rising popularity of the radio, it is only but expected that radio enabled handsets are gaining popularity in the country.
Keeping the target audience of students and the youth in mind, LG recently launched two new handsets GB106 and GB110 with Radio capability and a new feature: The “Intenna” FM radio do away with the need to attach a headset to turn on the music. Both handsets are capable of accessing all radio stations without connecting the wired headset to be used as an antenna since they come with an integrated FM antenna.
Anil Arora, Business Group Marketing Head, Mobile Communication, LG Electronics Pvt Ltd. said, “We are happy to launch LG GB110 and LG GB106 which offer a completely new experience to its users. These powerful but affordable mobile sets offer mobile music on the move. At LG, we lay emphasis on understanding the customer needs and work towards meeting their expectations through our new offerings. This launch is in line with our philosophy of providing the best to our customers. I am positive that with the key feature of Intenna FM, these handsets will catch on everyone’s attention and be well accepted.”
Specs and features:
•1.5-inch colour display
•Extensive phonebook memory
•Stylish leatherite carry pouch
•Black and Gray colours
While the LG GB106 also features an anti theft mobile tracker, the LG GB110 comes up with additional features like a VGA camera, a micro SD card slot (expandable up to 2 GB and 1GB card included) and MP3 full song play back.
LG GB110 is priced at Rs. 3,100 and the GB106 is priced at Rs. 2,100.
Access to real-time business e-mail on the MS-Exchange just got easier for mobile professionals with an easy-to-use, groundbreaking patent pending software solution “email@mobile” from Adroit Claretdene Infotech.
Users can now use their ordinary Nokia phone with WAP 2.0 mobile browser to wirelessly access their corporate e-mail when away from the desk through email@mobile without any monthly subscription.
email@mobile is a simple, affordable and easy-to-use solution that enables users to access their business e-mails on any ordinary Nokia phones like 5310 express, 6300, 3110c etc. (S40 series) while providing security and ease of maintenance for the IT department. Users can read text/ Word, PDF attachments, reply or compose new email, delete or send email, set up address book, View image and add image attachments from any basic Nokia mobile handset. Continue reading “Business emailing on Nokia just got easier with email@mobile”
Mobile telephony has entered the Third Generation in India with the launch of 3G services in Chennai, India. Today the 3G services were officiated by the first call being made by The Honorable Chief Minister of Tamil Nade, Shri M. Karunanidhi and the call was received by the IT & TELECOM Minister A. Raja.
“Considering the need for faster penetration of 3G, and the need for telecom access to rual areas, the Government policy will allow telecom infrastructure sharing between commercial telcos as well as infrastructure providers,” Mr.Raja said. DoT also plans enable mobile number portability (MNP) in major cities by August, and in other towns by end of this year. Bids have been invited of providing MNP switches