Indian Mobile Service Provider Ties Up With Google

Aug 7, 2007 | 1,866 views | by Navneet Kaushal
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airtel goog Indian Mobile Service Provider Ties Up With Google PTI informs that Indian mobile service provider Airtel will be tying up with Global web search leader Google in order to provide its web services like Gmail, chat and search to its subscribers.

Airtel President Atul Bindal said, "The company will provide customised home page to customers to give them a new Internet experience. E-commerce applications will also be added to the suite in a period of time." Bindal also said that The portal will make it easy for subscribers to check emails, search for information on the web, share ideas, connect with friends and publish content. However, Airtel broadband subscribers can use these services for free.

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