The service provider has tied up with Corporation Bank and Paymate to launch 'Green Money Transfer', a person to person money transfer service via mobile phones.
As per the partnership, Nokia will offer content available at ITC's e-Choupal network to Nokia Life Tools' customers. The content would initially be provided in UP, MP, Maharashtra and Rajasthan.
The service provider has cut tariffs from Rs 5 to Re 1 per MMS for a limited period for Delhi and NCR subscribers.
The Reliance Communications subsidiary has gained exclusive rights to market and distribute Coolpad dual mode smartphones in India.
The service provider had earlier introduced this service in 2004 across Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, Goa and Pondicherry.
According to TRAI, India reached 509 million telephone subscribers in September, up three per cent from August. The government has pre-achieved its target for 2010.
The company has identified three call patterns based on duration. For short duration calls, it is offering a tariff of one paisa per second.
The new downloadable application has a speech recognition technology designed to understand Indian accents and gives location based results. It also helps users to search for updates on cricket and local business listings.
Tata Docomo's 'Comix-on-the-go' will enable users to read full comic books on the mobile, along with special effects like character vibration, sounds and zooming text bubbles.
The Centre has announced a ban on the use of pre paid SIM cards in J&K, quoting security reasons.
The applications company has forayed into consumer services to launch iwaycash, a mobile payment solution.
The new service is compatible with all Windows Media mobile phones, iPhones, Blackberry and Symbian phones.
The open university is signing an MoU with Ericsson to use 3G mobile services in education delivery. Ericsson will build a 3G environment for students to download IGNOU course content along with facilitating SMS alerts on their mobile phones.
A memorandum by the Department of Telecommunications says the auction will be carried out in four stages - invitation, pre-qualification, auction and grant of spectrum.
During the free trial period, the activation charges of Rs 300 will be waived off and customers can make unlimited free local video calls.