Reliance’s New R World Portal Powered by Motricity

R-World mobile data services of Reliance Communications will be powered by Motricity‘s mCore and Mobile as a Service (MaaS) delivery platform will enable Reliance Mobile Customers to access highly personalised mobile data experiences throughout India.

Motricity is expected to deliver a richer, more personalised, mobile Internet experience to Reliance mobile customers. Motricity’s mCore platform powers 3G mobile portals of many leading global 3G service providers including AT&T, Sprint and Verizon Wireless.

The portal developed for the upcoming 3G services of Reliance Communications will deliver end-to-end mobile Internet and data services to 120 million Reliance mobile subscribers.

Rcom said its subscribers will have access to the high speed mobile Internet with download speeds up to 21 Mbps, high-definition Mobile TV and a host of advanced features, across a wide range of mobile devices.


Powered by Motricity, Reliance’s new R World portal will include the following features:

Content Aggregation: Subscribers now have access to all of the most popular content, email and social networking sites direct from their mobile device through a centralized easy-to-access destination.

Single Sign-On: Once users personalize their view of R World, they can access all of their content, email (Gmail, Windows Live, Ovi Mail) and social networks (Facebook, Twitter) with one login, eliminating the need to re-enter different passwords and user IDs.

News Feeds: RSS functionality allows subscribers to browse through feeds and add them to their home page, ensuring they get the most relevant news, sports and content. R World offers four categories of RSS feeds; news, sports, infotainment and finance.

Social Networking Capabilities: Through R World, subscribers can publish status updates across multiple networks check on the status of their network friends, read and comment on posts, through a single, user-friendly interface.

[press release]

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