SMS Country Networks ‘Best Mobile Start up Company 2010’

SMS Country Networks has been conferred upon with the Award for ‘Best Mobile Start up Company 2010’ awarded by Silicon India for its quality services and growth achieved in short span of time. The award jury constituted of eminent business leaders like Mercatus Capital, Sequoia Capital and Stega Capital from PE and VC domains.

The company through 160by2.com offers free short messaging services to users across Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Kuwait, UAE and Dubai in addition to all States in India. The free to download mobile application for sending free international messages from mobiles was a huge success and SMS Country intends to develop innovative service offerings in application to mobile domain.

Commenting on the occasion Mr. Satyakalyan Yerramsetti, Founder & CEO – SMS Country Networks said “We are delighted to receive the award for ‘Best Mobile Start up Company’ for the year 2010. This is not just a token of company’s success but an acknowledgement to our best practices and service offerings in application to mobile service domain. I would like to share this award with all SMS Country family members as it’s a clear reflection of our collaborative effort in innovative service offerings”.

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Founded in 2003, SMSCountry is among the leaders in the Application to Mobile – Short Messaging Service (SMS) domain deliveringSMS to about 550 networks in over 200+ countries. The company’s SMS gateway is designed to integrate seamlessly into any existing software system, application or web-site and is used to send 4 crore messages per month currently.

SMSCountry with over 500,000 registered online users and over 2000 enterprises using the company’s tools and services is ranked in Deloitte Fast 50 – among the fastest growing technology companies in India. The company has an industry standard infrastructure and a dedicated support team to ensure 24 x 7 hassle free services to all its customers. SMSCountry’s physical presence spreads over India, UAE, Hong Kong and Singapore. [source]

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