Mobile VAS and ringback tone company OnMobile Global has signed a 3 year ringback tone and reverse ringback tone deal with Bangladesh-based telecom company Banglalink, the company informed BSE. Following this agreement, OnMobile will manage the platform, content and business operations of Banglalink's Amar Tune (Ringback Tone) and Priyo Tune (Reverse Ringback Tone) for the next three years. Banglalink, which is a subsidiary of Netherlands-based company VEON Ltd., has 32 million customers in Bangladesh, but it's not clear how many of them subscribe to Amar Tune and Priyo Tune. Back in July 2014, OnMobile had signed a similar agreement with Bangladeshi telco Robi Axiata to deploy various Interactive Voice Response solutions and ringback tone services. The company had said that it was already managing the ringback tone service for Robi and will be using that partnership to deploy more features and introduce services like reverse ringback…
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