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Tata Docomo unleashes Blackberry Curve 8520 smartphone in India

by on Nov.30, 2009, under Gadgets, Mobile, Technology

Blackberry 8520 Phone If hearkened to the world of beguiling mobile phones, then would have witnessed a loud wham some time back. Well, Tata Docomo and Research In Motion have recently unleashed the Blackberry Curve 8520 smartphone in India. Enticingly, the latest in the Blackberry Curve family proffers phone bugs a reason to ‘do the new’ with a myriad of eye-catching features.

The alluring smartphone offers users a stirring mobile experience with effortless mobile access to email, messaging, social networking sites and mobile internet. Among sturdy multimedia features, the handset features a music and video player alongside camera with video recording.

“Tata Docomo recently rolled out its BlackBerry solution and has received an enthusiastic response. When we launched our BlackBerry services, we had promised our subscribers that we would bring them the best products and services. Living up to that brand promise, we are launching the stylish new BlackBerry Curve8520 smartphone for our customers. The major attraction of theBlackBerry Curve 8520 is that it brings the exceptional BlackBerry smartphone experience within the reach of a larger population,” stated Pradeep Dwivedi, Senior Vice President, Tata Teleservices Limited.

Showing off its satiny and glossy body, the swanky Blackberry Curve 8520 comes integrated with an innovative touch-sensitive trackpad, which makes scrolling and selection quite smooth and easy for a great navigation experience. Whereas, its dedicated media keys that are smoothly emplaced along the top of the handset offers users a facile and convenient way to control their music and videos.

“The BlackBerry Curve 8520 is a sleek, stylish and approachable smartphone with a compelling mix of features. We believe this amazing new model, with its new trackpad navigation system and integrated multimedia features, will attract a broad range of mobile customers to the BlackBerry services offered on the Tata Docomo network,” remarked Frenny Bawa, Vice President India,Research In Motion.

In addition to a highly tactile full-QWERTY keyboard for comfortable and accurate typing, the 8520 smartphone subsumes full HTML browsing, built-in Wi-Fi and offers nearly 4.5 hours of talk time and 17 days of standby time.

Users can snap up the tempting Blackberry Curve 8520 for Rs. 14,990.

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Tata Rolls Out GSM Service in Karnataka

by on Jul.11, 2009, under News, Technology

After launching its services in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Orissa a few days ago, Tata Teleservices’ GSM brand Tata DoCoMo has started its commercial operations in Karnataka.

Tata DoCoMo

Tata DoCoMo, a joint venture between Tata Teleservices and Japan’s NTT DoCoMo, plans to get into more circles and become a pan-India player in the highly competitive GSM arena, by the end of the year. In Karnataka, the company will see its presence in over 427 towns and 2,642 villages. Over 505 km of the state’s highways will be “covered” and finally, you will have uninterrupted service along 220 km of rail routes and at places of tourist interest.

A new ‘Pay-for-what-you-use’ scheme with a pulse of one second, and a pricing of one paisa per second too was announced at the launch. In fact, it is going to be a standard pricing model for all services offered by the company.

The company is also offering services like free voicemail, timed SMS service, free missed call alerts and call-me tunes.

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