Vodafone mobile launches Chhota comic with 35 books at price Rs 2 per strip
Vodafone has one more news to excite its more than 94 million customers in India with the launch of Chhota Comics for its users. The comics services will sure remind the customers especially of their childhood favorite. Also its going to be great fun for children to play around their comic characters which they miss on comic books.
Vodafone mobile company will charge Rs. 2 per comic strip (short version) to its customer. The complete comic strip can be downloaded for a charge of Rs. 30. The pricing is standard for all comic books available on Vodafone. Currently Vodafone has around 35 comics books in its store.
Speaking on the launch of Vodafone Chhota Comics services, Vodafone Essar Chief Marketing Officer Kumar Ramanathan said, "With the launch of 'Chhota Comics' service, we aim to further enhance our customers' experience by providing them with advanced features and more comic categories."
Vodafone Chhota comic has popular comic stories like Chacha Chaudhary (popular uncle and sabu comic), Akbar Birbal (popular mugal king and his vajeer comic), Hanuman (Ramayana character) Suppandi, Mickey and Donald and Winnie the Pooh.
Vodafone Chhota comic features allows customers to play around little on comic characters with zoom option, pan and vibrate the comic characters. These features will make the application more attractive over paper based comics.
To download the Comic books on your mobile, you need to send code of book with space Comics name to 111 (toll free no.)
Earlier in 2009 also, Vdafone has launched Amar Chutra Katha for its users in India. Before Vodafone, Reliance and Tata Docomo have also launched comics and other related applications for their customers.
Some of the comic characters available on Vodafone are:
- Tales of Sai Baba - the saint of Shirdi
- Tales of Shiva - the mighty lord of Kailasa
- Tales of Arjuna - the exploits of an exceptional warrior
- Tales of Balarama
- Tales of Vishnu – the gentle God
- Tales of Shivaji
- Tales of Birbal