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Uninor Ties Up With Handygo To Launch Wellness World

Uninor has introduced a new service called Wellness World, a health tool for its pan India customers. It has been launched in collaboration with VAS provider Handygo. Using this service, Uninor subscribers can get detailed information on various health related issues such as heart care, women’s health, diet & nutrition, adolescent issues and pain management among others.

This service will be available in Hindi and English.To ensure credibility of the information that is being provided, Handygo has partnered with health experts  from various fields and with hospitals like VIMHANS, GM Modi, and Jaipur Golden hospital.

The service is available on both IVR as well as on SMS. To access, subscribers are required to dial 522770. Uninor is offering subscription packs as well. For the IVR version, customers can opt for subscription packs of Rs 30 which will give them 30 free minutes for 30 days or Rs 7 which will allow them to have 7 free minutes, valid for 7 days. Also, they can avail this service on SMS at Rs 30 for 30 days, where they will get 2 SMS alerts per day for 30 days or at Rs 7,  in which they will get 1 SMS alert per day for 7 days.

Handygo had previously partnered with Idea Cellular and TATA Indicom to deploy services like Behetar Zindagi and Ek Behetar Zindagi to tap the rural subscribers of India, providing them information of day-to-day relevance.

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