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Palpap Inchinichi Software launched a 'first of its kind' pre-paid personalised calling card named 'TouchLive.'

india Updated: Mar 10, 2006 16:29 IST

Palpap Inchinichi Software International Limited, a service provider in internet, wireless, ERP and e-Governance technologies, on Friday launched a 'first of its kind' pre-paid personalised calling card named 'TouchLive.'

Available in the denominations ranging from Rs 50 to Rs 1,000 (including taxes), 'TouchLive' would help in sending recorded voice message to a select or a large number of people at any given time, Company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer P Senthil Kumar told a press conference.

After purchasing the voice card, one should just call 39891111 and enter the 'TouchLive' PIN number to activate the card. The voice message could be recorded in preferred language and the details of message to be sent should be entered along with date and time.

The status of voice message could be checked at any time on the company's website or through voice system. Validity period of the card would begin from the day it is activated, he said.

The cost of one personalised voice message was Re one across India and the message could be delivered to any phone (mobile, WLL, Landline) through the automated system, Mr Kumar said.

Stating the company would target at least two per cent of phone users in the country, he said the voice card would be available at almost all major outlets selling pre-paid cellular cards in Tamil Nadu, Karanataka and Andhra Pradesh initially.

It would be available in other states across the country in a couple of months, he added.

First Published: Mar 10, 2006 16:29 IST