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Handygo launches mobile blog

As part of its new strategy to reach millions of mobile users, mobile value-added services company Handygo has launched ‘M Blog’, a blog facility with top mobile operators like Airtel, Hutch, BSNL, Reliance and Idea.

M Blog is an extension of web blog, and is just an impetus act where the user can shoot videos, take pictures and can directly upload them onto the WAP. The browsing is absolutely free; the user just has to pay Rs 50 as rental per month. The company is gearing up to launch this service globally very soon.

“We want to give a new direction to the mobile value-added services with M Blog. It is a social activity where you can invite others to view those pictures for instantaneous feedback and social activity,” said Praveen Rajpal, CEO, Handygo.


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