Netcore owned MyToday has launched two new premium (read charged) mobile value added services - MyToday Elite and Meemo. While the first is targeted at people who want unlimited access to MyToday's SMS channels, Meemo is a new SMS-based mobile networking service with some bundling. Mobile users have to first add credits to their 'MyToday Cash' account and then pay for MyToday Elite and and MeeMo. MyToday Elite MyToday Elite costs Rs 20 plus any SMS charges the network operator takes every time you subscribe for a SMS channel. What this Rs. 20 per month ensures is that you receive the latest updates first and are not in queue. To register, users have to first SMS 'MYTODAY' to 09223050606 after which they receive a password. With the password and phone number as id, users can log into their account and choose a method to credit MyToday Cash with various online payment options. MyToday Dailies is the free SMS update service. The company claims that users can subscribe to 60 SMS channels including the common ABC (Astrology, Bollywood & Cricket) for free updates. Netcore claims that it delivers 350 million text messages each month and has over 11 million subscriptions across 50 channels. Also read: #MCS09: Interconnect Charge Worries Plague VAS Companies MeeMo MeeMo is a social network that allows individual users and businesses to share updates, profiles, SMSs and emails with friends, family and business networks. Users also get to own a personal webpage with a ".cc" domain name, which appears…
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