BPL Mobile signs mobile internet agreement with InfoGin (India)

January 28, 2009 at 19:15 Leave a comment

Indian cellco BPL Mobile has inked a deal with Israeli solutions provider InfoGin which will see the latter assist in the launch of a mobile internet service. InfoGin will provide its Intelligent Mobile Platform (IMP), which will allow BPL to offer internet browsing on any mobile device for pre- and post-paid subscribers. The new service will be offered through BPL’s WAP portal, which operates under the ‘@Cafe’ banner. Commenting on the agreement Sunzay Passari, vice president of VAS & Devices at BPL Mobile, said, ‘With this partnership we have reached our goal of launching the first ever mobile internet service in India. The new service is in line with our strategy to provide the most enjoyable, exciting and innovative services.’ No financial details of the deal have been revealed.

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