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BPL Mobile on a ‘sacred’ mission with Mantras@café

01-November-2008
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BPL Mobile on a ‘sacred’ mission with Mantras@café

Keeping in mind the festive season, mobile service provider BPL Mobile has launched ‘Mantras@Cafe’, which offers over 80 mantras in eight broad categories for all occasions and needs.

Sunzay Passari, VP - VAS and Devices, BPL Mobile, said, “Mantras@cafe is yet another value addition from BPL Mobile to its subscribers. Our devotional music offering has gained significant popularity and with Mantras we look to offer our subscribers much more. Mantras@cafe is the perfect festive gift for our subscribers.”

He further said, “One simply needs to dial 543212 and navigate through categories to choose the mantra they need. Mantras can also be dedicated to a loved one anywhere in India at Rs 10 per dedication. While the rental charge is Rs 30 per month, the call rates are Rs 3 per minute.”

Striking a harmony of festivity, devotion and well being this festive season, Mantras@cafe hosted a special mantra for Laxmi Puja and a mantra for Bhai Dooj to invoke the blessings of the divine. It will also come up with a mantra for the New Year.

Mantras@cafe is enriched with mantras, from the sacred mahamantras like the Gaytari Mantra, to Navgrah, and also mantras ensuring good luck.

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