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MagicBricks.com launches mobile property search with MagicBricks Mobile

29-September-2007
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MagicBricks.com launches mobile property search with MagicBricks Mobile

MagicBricks.com, the property portal from Times Business Solutions, has recently launched a mobile property portal, MagicBricks Mobile. Users would be able to download a small application of less than 50 KB on their GPRS-enabled phone and search for properties according to property type, budget and city. Users can also view further details of interesting property listings, live off the site, effortlessly from their cell phones.

Through MagicBricks Mobile, users can instantly contact the concerned person by SMS or a phone call, right from the application. The application also stores the history of the contact the user may have made in past sessions for easy recall and follow-up.

R Sundar, President, Times Business Solutions, said, “MagicBricks Mobile is the natural progression of the Magic SMS service, with which we pioneered the convergence of mobile and Internet technologies last year, and allowed users to send free SMS through the website. With MagicBricks Mobile, this convergence has been taken to the next level, where property seekers can now find their dream home and contact the seller, with ease from their cell phone.”

The MagicBricks Mobile application is compatible with almost all GPRS models, including those of Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola, LG, Philips, Siemens, Qtek, Sagem, Sendo, Alcatel, BenQ, Huawei and BlackBerry.

The MagicBricks Mobile application is extremely light and easy to install. Users need to simply enter their mobile number and handset model at magicmobilebricks.com. The user would then receive an SMS with a link, for installation of the application. Once installed, users can run the application and search for their property on MagicBricks.com from cell phones.

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