Wynncom to offer free SMS through Free 160by2.com
Handset maker, Wynncom mobiles has entered into partnership with free SMS service application provider 160by2. com to offer Free SMS to all its customers India, UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Malaysia and Philippines.
The feature will be offered in all upcoming models of the company. 160by2. com is a popular portal among youngsters who send free SMS to their contacts but it takes time to write each individual number. The application will come preinstalled in all upcoming Wynncom handsets.
The 160by2. com application on Wynncom mobile phones will allow users to use their phone book to add contacts also create a back up their phonebook contacts. According to a report 160by2. com is among the hundred most visit site in the country and among top ten among WAP service portals.
Vivek Sachdev, General Manager Product Division, Wynn Telecom said, “Wynncom makes life simpler by cutting down the requirement to browse the internet from your phone by introducing this unique feature of having a direct access to 160by2. com in just one click. This application in Wynncom mobiles bridges distances and helps stay connected and affordable.”
There are indications that the service could be extended to the Middle-East nations including Bahrain, Yemen, Qatar and Oman.
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