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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

If you call me, I will ad you as GP will pay me

“Caller tune Advertisement” is all about publishing advertisements as caller tunes on user’s mobile phones, so that the callers will listen to the advertisement until the user picks up the phone. In a nutshell, this idea is all about the mobile users trading their ringtone airtime for monetary benefits, which can be used to publish advertisement. This concept is all about publishing advertisement as a replacement for caller tunes or in-conjunction with caller tunes in user’s mobile phones. In return, users will get monetary benefits like free recharge coupons, discounts in bills, partial reimbursement of bills, free talk minutes, free value adds like free SMS, etc. These kinds of freebies will attract users to allow users to give up their ring tone airtime to place advertisement. Gaining publisher base will be a challenge. A good publisher base means a huge market potential. The success of this advertisement medium will be determined by the publisher base. This new business idea is patent-pending and its owner, TarryOnline is looking for interested investors.
Time to say adieu to welcome tunes of our mobile phone operators? How about applying your loyal customers to be launchpads of your product and service publicity? Next time when I get a call from people, I will make sure I pick up the phone late enough so that the caller listens to GrameenPhone's (in my case) 'exciting attractive offers' advert and then I will say a happy 'Hello' knowing that GP will give me free airtime worth the duration of the caller tune ad played with my phone number. I would love not to pay 30 Tk. per month as my welcome tunes fees, and I would love to get paid instead to allow GP to use MY caller tune/time. Sounds good?

4 comments:

Mohammad Jobaed Adnan said...

Of course sounds good to me :-)

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