Reliance Communications to market Android devices in India
Monday, April 16, 2012 - 16:30
Mumbai: Reliance Communications Monday announced its plans to market Android devices exclusively in India for the next two years, a company official said.
Through a strategic collaboration with Google, Reliance Communications will market the Android mobile operating system and Google Mobile Services to promote the usage of Android devices in the country.
"In line with the rapid growth of smartphones in the country, Reliance has collaborated with Google to catapult the change by providing compelling new experience to device users in terms of speed, coverage and app ecosystem across segments," said Sanjay Behl, Group Head - Brand & Marketing.
"Our collaboration with Google is set to bring in many novelties and unique features for device users on our superior network, complementing the innovation of Android- powered services and devices," he added.
The company will create exclusive data plans and services specifically targeted to promote Android devices on its network. This collaboration will ensure that the data plan is optimised for usage with Android devices.
Reliance Communications will offer an exclusive free 1GB usage per month 3G-plan to all Android device users. It also plans to introduce expert customer care, carrier billing, exclusive apps and content in addition to the dedicated Android experience zone at Reliance retail outlets across the country