VivaConnect takes Narendra Modi live on phones

19 Sep,2013

By A Correspondent


The next elections will be fought via the mobile phone and social media. Note it’s not going to be only fought via the phone, but telecom technology is sure to be a huge facilitator of sending the message across.


Mumbai-based mobile marketing and tech company whose ‘missed phone’ service is deployed by many has unveiled a new product called ‘LiveTalk’.


LiveTalk, empowers live audio streaming of live events over a simple phone call, wherein one has to call in a published phone number and experience the event live without any internet, smartphone nor a subscription to special or premium add-on services. The caller enjoys this facility at a rate of regular phone call without any extra charges. All one needs to have is a phone connection, be it a mobile or landline!


LiveTalk was launched on September 15 and deployed for BJP’s ex-serviceman rally held in Haryana. The service connected over a lakh callers across India to hear the party’s PM candidate Narendra Modi’s speech.


According to a communique, the BJP partnered with firms like Zipdial and VivaConnect and offered a unique mobile connectivity model between mobile users and the party leadership.


Vikram Raichura, Managing Director of VivaConnect said: ‘We are honoured to be associated with BJP and showcase one more possibility on how by leveraging mobility one can extend overall reach and even cater the far-flung areas to achieve mass involvement on national and international scale.’


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