We wrote previously about the launch of GreetZAP, Times Mobile’s latest service which brings quite a change to traditional gifting. Using the GreetZAP service, users can now record their greetings on their mobile phone by recording their voice and then send physical greeting cards. Today, GreetZAP has announced a partnership with Tencent’s One Browser, a mobile browser which is seeing some good traction in India and Bangladesh.
The tie-up will make it possible for One Browser users to send any number of greetings free of charge. Normally the charge for sending a greeting is Rs. 299. Additionally, One Browser users will also get special prizes. This is an introductory offer which is aimed at driving up the adoption of both the services.
Ajay Vaishnavi, Director of Times Mobile spoke about the partnership,
“With increase in mobile internet and data adoption by users, there is a great opportunity to offer mobile greeting services. We are delighted to partner One Browser for bringing the innovative GreetZAP services to their users”.
Vikrant Khorana, Director & Business Head for One Browser had this to say,
“It is our constant endeavor to help users explore the best of mobile internet experience. We have engineered an amazingly fast mobile browser and through this partnership with TimesMobile Ltd, we aim to help Indian users discover new and exciting ways to utilize mobile internet. With this exclusive offer, users will be able to send all GreetZAP greetings free of charge while accessing One Browser.”
One Browser is a cross-platform browser which is available on Android, iOS, Blackberry, Java and Symbian. It claims that it delivers a faster browsing experience than Opera Mini and UC Browser. Tencent is pushing quite a few products in India and they seem have an aggressive expansion plan. The other product from Tencent which is being marketed in India is the WeChat mobile and social messaging app. Tencent has come to India in partnership with the Ibibo group.