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Sulekha.com goes mobile for classifieds ads

12-December-2007
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Sulekha.com goes mobile for classifieds ads

Posting a classified ad has never been so easy. Sulekha.com, a leading online social networking and local commerce website for Indians worldwide, has introduced classifieds ads on mobile handsets. As with all classifieds ads posted on Sulekha.com, this latest feature enables users to view classifieds listings, post a classified ad and access them through their mobile handsets. This service also enables users to receive responses for their classified advertisement through SMS. Sulekha.com can be navigated through any WAP-enabled mobile phone at regular GPRS charges.

“India is emerging as a forerunner in using the cell phone as a tool to access the Internet, with one in every 11 Indian logging on to the web. Classified ads on mobile phones offer an instant, inexpensive and user-friendly medium 24x7. It clearly obviates the need for logging on to a computer to access Internet. Mobile phones today are increasingly getting integrated into the personal lives of the people and have expanded their functionality beyond just a talking tool. Sulekha.com’s classifieds on mobile is another step closer to mobile and Internet convergence,” explained Satya Prabhakar, Founder and CEO, Sulekha.com.

Customers can log on to Sulekha.com to post their classifieds ads or receive responses while on the go. The classifieds posted by the users will go live on Sulekha.com after the advertisement is validated by their customer care.

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