Radio Mirchi has partnered with Airtel enabling Airtel mobile users to access Radio Mirchi stations in a dozen regions, including Hyderabad, Mumbai and Delhi.
The service will be hosted on a technology platform powered by Spice Digital and will allow Airtel subscribers to listen to Radio Mirchi stations of any other region. For instance, a user in Bangalore can listen to Radio Mirchi station in Mumbai, just by dialling 59830 [source]
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3G Auction Update
At the end of Day 15th (6 rounds and 88 clock rounds), Mumbai is leading the chart (Rs. 1,329.34 Crore), followed by Delhi (Rs 1,284.04 Crore). PAN India license has touched Rs. 8,662.45 crore after 15 days of bidding [download].
RCom, GetJar join hands
Reliance Communications has partnered with GetJar, the world’s second largest mobile applications store, for providing Reliance subscribers with access to nearly 65,000 free mobile applications.
Reliance does not have revenue sharing deal with Getjar and instead the partnership is monetized by GetJar earning revenues from ads served to Reliance users.
Does this mean that Reliance will not launch its own App store? [Airtel App Downloads witnessed 2.5 million downloads in 30 Days]