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Deshdoot Group of Newspapers goes mobile

03-August-2010
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Deshdoot Group of Newspapers goes mobile

All newspapers of the Deshdoot Group, including Deshdoot, Sarvamat and Deshdoot Times, are now available on the mobile platform from August 1 onwards. With this, Deshdoot becomes the first Marathi daily to be available on mobile.

With the launch of this new initiative, readers having mobile phones with Internet connectivity will be able to carry all the editions of this leading newspaper group in North Maharashtra in their pocket. These include Deshdoot (Nashik), Deshdoot (Jalgaon), Deshdoot (Nagar), Sarvamat (Shrirampur) and Deshdoot Times (Nashik).

For easy browsing, the news items will be classified under heads such as International, National and Maharashtra, as also under heads such as Nashik, Nagar, Jalgaon, Sarvamat and Deshdoot Times.

To subscribe, the mobile user needs to SMS desh to 575758, upon which the person will receive a link providing access to news on Deshdoot. This link has to be downloaded on to the handset and thereafter it is ready to receive the latest news.

Earlier, the Group had launched its morning daily with a second masthead in the same language in the same district, viz. Ahmednagar.

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