Tanla Solutions has announced the deployment video mail services for state owned telco Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited, for its 3G subscribers, allowing users to leave a video message on any missed call. Video Mail is an an enhancement of Voice Mail, allowing users to leave a video message on any missed call. We checked the websites for MTNL - Mumbai, Delhi (pre-paid), Post-Paid, and there's no mention of Video Mail anywhere, or the pricing. A few questions come to mind: is the video mail facility available only from one MTNL 3G subscriber to another? Is it going to be available only to MTNL consumers - will there be interoperability? Above all, we'd love to see video mail launched as a separate feature on the mobile, and with not the same format as a voice mail: there should be a webcam interface, and possible for users to email a video message recorded from a PC to a 3G subscriber. Tanla has 3G deployments in the UK and Sri Lanka, and its platform enables Video IVR portals, Video Chat, Video SMS and alerts. (By Anmol Pradhan & Nikhil Pahwa) Related: - Tanla Still Makes Money From License Manager For Nokia’s Free Maps; Telescope, Sony Deals, T-ZED, AMR Patent - Updated: Tanla Solutions FY10 Profit Down 76%; Q4 Profit 10% Up QoQ - Tanla Completes OpenBit Acquisition; Final 10% Stake For EUR 5.95M
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