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Handygo to enable video clips with incoming calls

18-October-2007
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Handygo to enable video clips with incoming calls

Mobile value-added services company Handygo has launched a new application, ‘video caller’. This application will enable incoming calls to a mobile phone to be accompanied by an audio-video clip. The user would be provided one default video-clip, and he has the option to download more video-clips of his choice.

“Handygo has always focussed on technology and has always worked on innovative concepts,” said Praveen Rajpal CEO Handygo.

The application enables a video to be accompanied with an incoming call. It assigns a particular video to contacts, which will be played on a call from that contact. It plays a default video for the contacts to which no video has been assigned. The user can set the volume level at which the video is to be played, download more videos from a wide range of available videos that will be added to the application, or can delete the video that he doesn’t like.

Handygo is gearing to launch this application soon with major service operators in India and overseas.

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