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Global internet radio stations on mobile phonesnews
15 September 2006

Mumbai: Provider of communication and collaboration products on the internet and mobile phones, Geodesic Information Systems Ltd, has announced the launch of the beta version of its Mundu Radio, a mobile internet radio service. Mundu Radio offers free access to unlimited music or broadcast content to its users from any part of the world on their mobile devices.

This service is compatible with popular handsets based on Symbian, Windows Mobile and Palm OS platform. Mundu supports streaming at 24Kbps and 32Kbps, which is superior in sound quality experience than currently offered Mp3 streaming on mobile phones.

The company says Mundu Radio operates on mobile phones with internet connection (GPRS - CDMA and GSM) and eliminates the need to carry separate devices for listening to high quality unadulterated music.

The mobile internet radio service provides access to digital internet radio stations and the broadest array of international and Indian music, news and other content. Users can also personalise their playlist and manage their profile using an easy to use interface giving users ultimate freedom to listen to their favourite stations free of commercials.

Kiran Kulkarni, managing director, Geodesic said," Mobile devices today are ubiquitous and users have shown a clear preference to have all their content available on their phones. Mundu Radio will create even more compelling opportunities for broadcast content providers and publishers who are looking to take their content onto the most widely available avenue - mobile phones."

Geodesic reported consolidated revenues of Rs100 crore for the 2005-2006.The company is listed on the National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange in India. Headquartered in Mumbai, India, Geodesic has offices in Bangalore, US, UK, Sweden and Hong Kong.


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Global internet radio stations on mobile phones