Sony Ericsson Using SMS for Customer Feedback

Mobile handset users today are treated as God by the mobile handset manufacturing companies. Even if the customer says something with respect to the mobile it can of great importance to the manufacturer. Mobiles like other products get damaged and people get them repaired from the company certified repair centers. Continue reading “Sony Ericsson Using SMS for Customer Feedback”

SMS Alerts in Chhattisgarh to inform if Rice is available at the Ration Store

The Chhattisgarh government has launched a scheme under which families who qualify to receive 35 kilos Rice at subsidised rates (Rs 3 per kilo) under the Public Distribution System (PDS), will be intimated about the availability of the grain at Ration centres by SMS.

This facility will be provided from 26th January, Republic Day.

According to sources, the poverty-stricken families will have to register details of their mobile phones at the website of the food and civil supplies department, along with details of their nearest PDS shop. Continue reading “SMS Alerts in Chhattisgarh to inform if Rice is available at the Ration Store”

T9 goes local

Send messages in Hinglish as T9 will now be available in Hinglish.


Supplied by Nuance Communications, the software offers advanced alphabetic input prediction in Hinglish. Mobile phone and PDA users will now be able to write SMS text messages, mobile instant messages, and wireless emails in a language that is a popular mode of communication in India.

T9 in Hinglish joins the T9 versions in Japanese, Chinese and Korean developed by Tegic Communications, which was taken over by Nuance in August this year.

The launch of Hinglish T9 is also momentous in more ways than one.

On December 3rd, SMS turned 15. It was 15 years ago that the first SMS was sent. It has been a long journey since then..with SMSs becoming the most popular tool for communication. Billions of SMSs are sent worldwide!

Will the Hinglish T9 feature make communication easier and fun for you?

Via: Techtree

Vertu Ascent Ti Now in India

The Vertu, as the company puts is, “is for individuals who only accept the best”.

At a price tag of Rs 3, 26,000 it is not difficult to imagine why.

Vertu handsets, hand crafted in England is a formidable style statement since 1983. The company launched the Vertu Ascent Ti in India on 27 November, 2007.

The handset is crafted in Titanium (Ti) which is a non-corrosive element with the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal. It is also known for its ability to withstand extreme temperatures. Continue reading “Vertu Ascent Ti Now in India”

Sagem Bleu 454x

The Sagem Blue 454x, a light weight and slim mobile phone was launched by the company’s National distributor Pratham Telecom on 16 November, 2007.

The handset targets the widest selling instrument section, the mid-range section with its unbeatable price of Rs 4699.

The handset weighs a mere 75 grams and measures less than 10.3mm.

The slim and stylish design can store up to 500 contacts, 300 messages, and comes equipped with an extra battery as well.

Sagem Bleu 454x

“The Indian market and potential for the mid range handsets is huge. Bleu foresees tapping a large chunk of the audience in this segment and therefore they introduced Bleu 454x in India.” said Mr Sajal Roy – Senior General Manager -Pratham Telecom (I) Pvt. Ltd


• FM-Radio; MP3 player
• VGA Camera – Video Recording and Playback
• Expandable phone Memory, with T-Flash
• Polyphonic ring-tones
• Java Enabled

The Sagem Bleu 454x is priced at Rs.4699.

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Google SMS comes to India , still in beta

Google Phone or gPhone is expected to arrive anytime  – this is a rumor for sure.

But some real news Google SMS debuts in India in beta mode.

Users need to send a text message to 54664 (5GOOG) . 5GOOG works only on a T9 keypad beware.


We checked the Weather in chennai and we got this response in the online demo.


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