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PayTunes wins Entertainment Category Award at GMASA

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PayTunes wins Entertainment Category Award at GMASA

In the recently conducted Global Mobile App Summit (GMASA’16), PayTunes won the Best App award in the Entertainment category. PayTunes won this award by being selected over other entrants like Voot, TVFPlay, Earn Talktime etc. The awards Jury and Speakers comprised of eminent personalities from the Mobile domain.

Divya Pratap Singh, CEO and Co­Founder, PayTunes said that the team at PayTunes is extremely motivated after winning this award. The recognition at such forums keep the enthusiasm going. PayTunes is an Advertising platform where users who have installed the PayTunes Android app get to hear audio jingles/advertisements from different brands as ringtone of their mobile phones. Users earn reward points for listening to these advertisements which they can redeem for participating in contests where they can win exciting rewards like smartphones, free recharges, goodies and gift hampers etc. This is a unique platform for advertisers which let them reach their potential audience on mobile in an Audio­Visual manner


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