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IMImobile launches 'Make My Tunes' service

 Hyderabad: IMImobile, an enabler of mobile value-added services for mobile operators, media companies and enterprises, has launched 'Make My Tunes' on its Ringback Tone (RBT) platform. The service was launched by service provider Aircel as Dialer Tune - Song Edit.

The service would enable users to listen to a full song and choose any part of the song as their RBT. Aircel customers in Chennai and Tamil Nadu circle can select their favourite section of the song as their RBT. The same service can be made available to operators across the countryThis unique service enables users to listen to a full song and choose any part of the song as their RBT, a company release said here.

This service can replace the conventional IVR based music services like music on demand and RBT discovery portal and ringtone portals.

"We constantly strive to create innovative, best in class services, which enable service providers to enhance customer loyalty and create additional revenue streams," said IMImobile Founder and Chairman Vishwanath Alluri.


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