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Share launches ‘Click to Call’ feature to instantly call up advertisers, the online social networking and local commerce website for Indians worldwide, has introduced a ‘Click to Call’ feature on the site for its users in India. ‘Click to Call’ enables the website users to call advertisers in the yellow pages and classifieds instantly from their computer for free of cost. The user has to enter his contact number on the desired information page and by clicking ‘Click to Call’ button, connects the user with the advertiser instantly.

“In an era where IT and businesses are becoming inextricably interwoven, new and upgraded features are a natural progression for ‘Click to Call’ promises to be a value add as the user gets to speak to the supplier instantly for free, through our website,” said Satya Prabhakar, President and CEO,

The upgraded yellow pages 2.0 version enables the user to effectively use the site’s yellow pages to obtain highly localised information, and also interact and get informed feedbacks from other users. The all-new yellow pages also assist the user to upload the addresses of their recommended businesses on to the interface.

“With web 2.0 having become a Goliath-sized reality, Internet is a business necessity rather than being merely a technological marvel. It has become imperative to sustain the growth towards making the Internet highly market realistic,” added Prabhakar.

This innovative feature is set to take local commerce on the information super-highway a step closer to becoming more enriched and effective. With technology today being all about connecting people to each other, to ideas, and to possibilities,’s ‘Click to Call’ enables the user to connect with the advertisers in real time.


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