Friday, June 3, 2011

RMS Posts through Google SMS on your Cell Phone

Google SMS for your cell phone
Take the power of Google search with you, through Google SMS search on your phone.
Get Report My Signal posts, cricket scores, Indian Railways train schedules & ticket status, movie showtimes, restaurant information and more ... all through SMS on your phone. Best of all, you don't pay a premium charge for any of this, just the price of a standard SMS.
Try it out! Simply send your search query (just type- Report My Signal) by SMS to 9-77-33-00000 and get you latest post header or results back by SMS immediately. Of course, don't forget to save 9-77-33-00000 to your phonebook for quick and easy access to Google SMS in the future!
For this to function the following widgets have been placed below the RMS posts in this blog:
  • Disclaimer
  • Corps of Signals Centenary and Reunion Posts
  • Scrolling Bulletin Links
  • Message Board- Pension Tables, Helpline and Resources to combat Corruption
  • Quotes of the Day
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