Users can search for any video across various categories, genres and download it to their GSM mobile phones.
Users can search for any video across various categories, genres and download it to their GSM mobile phones. The download feature makes videos optimised; converting them at the backend, so that users can receive the formatted videos which are played on most of the handsets available in the market.
The upload feature allows users to upload the videos from the mobile phones. In return a video link of that uploaded video is shared with the user via SMS for him to be able to access it at a later point in time, thus allowing the user unlimited storage for his videos. Soon, with the share feature, users will also be able to share that link with anyone, who can then download that video.
Speaking to Telecom Yatra about the service, Krishna Durbha, head, VAS, Reliance Communications says, "Earlier, one could search videos on the internet but now users are extremely mobile and prefer having access to information on-the-go." He further stated the service is currently available for GSM subscribers and eventually they will have it on CDMA too.
The mVDO service will be made available to users through subscription offers varying in different price points for different periods of validity from a month to as less as a week. However, all prices for varying validities cost no more than rupee one per day.
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