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Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

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Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

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Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

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Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm

 


Ask the Expert| Building and Leveraging SMS-based Mobile Apps: What you must know

Ask the Expert

Of the estimated 700 million mobile phone users in India, roughly 600 million either do not have smart phones, or cannot access the Internet on their mobile devices – leading them to miss out on information and services that are readily available on the Internet. However, here’s where the low-cost SMS – accessible from even the most basic mobile handset - becomes a powerful tool. SMS-based apps have the potential to reach all mobile users without any issues of handset compatibility, and at extremely low costs.  So with a huge market, developing and launching SMS-based mobile apps can prove to be highly profitable for a young technology startup. But how does one go about developing an SMS-based app? What are the things that a developer needs to bear in mind? To answer your questions and tell you more, this week on the NEN Ask the Expert, we feature Narayan Srinivasan from txtWeb, a revolutionary SMS platform built for all kinds of information consumption.

 

How to post questions:

- Click Start a Discussion, located on the left coloumn of the group page

-Type your question, and click Post

- The expert will then reply to your question.

 

 

Discussion opens: Monday, June 20, 2011 | 10:00 am

Discussion closes: Friday, June 24, 2011 | 6:00 pm