With Hike Total you will be able to read news and match scores without internet


The messaging app Hike on Wednesday launched a product called ‘Total’, which allows you to view match scores and read news without internet data. Not only this, with the help of phone recharge you can avail data recharge and many more internet related services. Hike Total is currently a part of the selected Android smartphone and you have to pay at least Rs 1 to use it. “The goal of the company is to bring more and more Indians online through Total,” said Kevin Bharti Mittal, founder and CEO of the company. Will be able

Hike Total can be used on smartphones from March 1st as Intex Aqua Lions N1, Aqua Lions T1, Aqua T1 Lite and Karbonn A40 Indian. Airtel, Aircel and BSNL customers will be able to access internet services without data on this smartphone. If the users of Hike Total have bought the above mentioned smartphone, they will also get an amount of Rs 200 to spend on the services provided by Total. If you’re encouraged to use this feature, you’ll need to sign up at Hike Total’s website.

By logging in with the user’s phone number, you will get the benefit of all the additional services. In Hike Total, you will be able to access services like messaging, news, astrology, phone recharge and money transfer without turning on data. Not only this, with this you will be able to get money transactions, cricket scores, railway information from any hike wallet which normally takes 100 KB to 1 MB data. This service based on USSD protocol will reach you without using your mobile operator’s data.

“Hike Total users can buy data packs starting from Rs 500. We have talked to telecom companies about these data packs so that we can connect people with a different kind of experience. It’s really powerful,” Mittal said.

He said, “You buy this phone, turn it on and get started.” Everything will be in your hands and your data will not be wasted. “Our goal is to bring the whole of India online,” Kevin added. Online means data and that’s why we’ve made it so easy for users to manage it from the operating system themselves.

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