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New service ‘Free to Dial’ kicks starts
New service ‘Free to Dial’ kicks starts ‘Free to Dial’ service that was launched in Hyderabad on Thursday by Deputy Chief Minister Mohd Mohammed Ali is now available.
‘Free to Dial’ service that was launched in Hyderabad on Thursday by Deputy Chief Minister Mohd Mohammed Ali is now available.
To get local information, callers can now avail the service by giving a missed call to the new service, ‘Free to Dial’.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that accurate information on services and products would be given by the service providers to pass on to people seeking information. The promoters of the service, S.J. Basha and S. Sunil Kumar Singh said that the people can dial the number, 040–6644 4466 any time.
The call will be disconnected and immediately the executives will call back to attend the enquiry and present the required information with the service available round-the-clock.
Currently, the service will be putting forward information in 60 categories and 3,000 sub-categories. In the next few months, the service will be further expanded with the expansion in the next six months moving to Vijayawada, Bangalore and Visakhapatnam.