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MXL Telecom launches SMS Browser for Idea, Vodafone subscribers
TT Correspondent |  |  24 Aug 2012

MXL Telecom Pvt. Ltd., a telecom solutions provider has tied up with Idea Cellular & Vodafone India to launch their revolutionary SMS Browser.


The mXLBrowser is an SMS-based App Platform that provides a sophisticated GUI for access to a variety of apps (Facebook, Twitter, Email, Job Search, Deals, Sports, Games, etc.) which the user would otherwise have been deprived of, due to handset limitations. The application allows seamless service updates over SMS, without the need for access to GPRS.


The various services can be availed for a nominal fee of as low as 10 paisa per request and support pull as well as push (subscription) models. The mXLBrowser is currently supported on nearly 280 popular handset models and more handsets are being added daily. The service is live on the Idea network, and will be available to Vodafone customers starting next month.


“We are thrilled to launch this ultimate SMS application with two of India’s top operators that allows most inexpensive, SMS-friendly phones to behave like an expensive smartphone. Subscribers can now use SMS for more than just communication. It’s like surfing the web using SMS” says Huafrid Bhathena, General Manager, MXL Telecom.

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24 Aug 2012(IST)  
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