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2011

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Public sector telecom service provider MTNL on Monday launched its push mail services in the national capital partnering with mobile communication service BharatSync.
“MTNL has entered into an alliance with BharatSync Technologies to provide push email services for all its mobile subscribers in Delhi,” state-owned service provider said in a statement.

It will provide existing users to stay connected to their emails, calendar and contacts through the servers hosted in India. In addition company is providing over-the-air (OTA) synchronisation of calendar and contacts for multiple mail accounts.
BharatSync is a mobile communication service that works with most of the mobile phones and provides more advanced push mail with over the air backup of your contact, task, calendar and notes along with sync to your outlook.

Executive Director (Wireless Services), MTNL, AK Bhargava said BharatSync is an Indian compliant Product made by BharatSync technologies in India keeping in consideration all necessary India laws; the necessary approval from all respective agencies have been received before launching this service for Delhi GSM subscribers. While the services offered by other providers are handset-based, BharatSync service can run on any Java-enabled normal GPRS-enabled handset like Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, LG, Blackberry, HTC, etc and ensures that you remain connected to your email, calendar and contacts through the servers hosted in India, Bhargava said.
Dr Ajay Data, director, BharatSync Technologies, said all necessary arrangements have been made for ensuring customer privacy and security.
Nitin Walia, director, BharatSync Technologies, RL Bharti GM (S&M), WS, and DGM, WS, Mukul Kamble spoke on the occcasion and provided a brief introduction about BharatSync services and its offerings.