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TouchLive offers voice messaging anywhere in India at Re 1

15-March-2006
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TouchLive offers voice messaging anywhere in India at Re 1

Palpap Ichinichi Software International Ltd has launched ‘TouchLive’, a personalised pre-paid calling card. With the new card, users will be able to communicate messages at a cost of Re 1 to people anywhere in India, in their own voice. The users can also set the day and time at which the message is to be delivered, and create options for multiple dispatches.

Said Sreenath Raghavan, GM, TouchLive, “We have done extensive research to ensure that all the loopholes have been plugged. The TouchLive Card will revolutionise communication in the country.”

The card is available in denominations of Rs 50, Rs100 and Rs 1,000. The company is targeting 2 per cent of all mobile and landline users in the country for the service.

The message to be delivered can be recorded on the TouchLive Voice system from any mobile or landline, and the user will need to fix a date and time for the voice message to be sent. The TouchLive voice system can be accessed through designated numbers, or the product website.

“TouchLive Voice Card is a way to share information with all your employees, shareholders, colleagues at a preset time, or to greet your friends, relatives and well wishers on their special occasion. Communication will become very simple with the launch of TouchLive,” said P Senthil Kumar, Chairman and CEO, of Chennai-based Palpap Ichinichi.

The spokesperson said that the company had undertaken extensive research, based on which it was confident, that people would use the service across the spectrum. The product is being rolled out across the country.

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