With the new 'Name Tunes' service, Airtel users can personalise their hello tune with their own name.
Bharti Airtel today announced the launch of its all new 'Name Tunes' service which allows Airtel mobile customers to personalise their Hello Tune with their own name. With this, Airtel mobile customers can stamp their caller tune with their own identity by following a simple process that allows them to search and set their name as their Hello Tune.
The current "Name" catalogue on this service comprises of over 4,500+ common Indian first names and expected to expand further on a daily basis depending upon customer usage.
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