|Good (by nautin, Jul 13th, 2007)
I like it! (^o^)
|Cash Register (by billyoung, Jul 10th, 2007)
How do you record this sound? That's a good idea.
|The name is so cute! (by kitty, Jul 5th, 2007)
Love the name!
|Great! (by forestgum, Jun 23rd, 2007)
Great for the imagination!...
Would recommend it to all.
Sweet ringtone of the cash register
SMS NEWS to 58888 for latest
NEW DELHI: It's not only the jewellery establishments and mithai shops who have
made money this season. If numbers are any indication, then cellular firms too
have also cashed in on the festive spirit.
Take Airtel, for instance. The Delhi circle alone saw 8.5 million SMSes been
exchanged on Diwali day as against 5.5 million last year. "It's been a good
Diwali this year," exudes K Srinivas, CEO of Airtel Mobile Services, Delhi.
At an average of Re 1 for a message, Airtel's gross revenue in the Capital on
Diwali from SMS alone totalled Rs 85 lakh. On a normal day, between one and 1.3
million SMSes are exchanged in the Delhi region.
If this were not enough, the company had a host of other Diwali related
value-add offerings ranging from ringtones, wallpapers, music messages to even
standardised messages that were downloaded and sent to friends and relatives.
"We saw a six-fold increase in value-add service downloads on Diwali over a
normal day," says Srinivas. Similarly, Hutch also saw a 'significant increase'
in SMS exchange during Diwali, but refused to divulge numbers.
"We do see a spike in consumers sending SMS greetings during the festive season.
For example, during Navratras, we saw a lot of ringtone and wallpaper downloads
in Gujarat circle," says Naveen Chopra, V-P, Hutch. So even if there is a dip in
business traffic on account of holidays, it gets more than compensated by the
festive flow of messages.
Companies have left no stone unturned and have increased network capacities to
meet the festive rush. "Unlike a phone call, where one has to see the
convenience of both the caller and the receiver, a SMS can be sent anytime and
responded at convenience.," says Chopra.
After Diwali, New Year will be the next big event that will see a spurt in
mobile activity and cellular providers are gearing up for the same.