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SMS 'Train Guwahati to New Delhi' to 9773300000 to know the train schedule, save the number

SMS ‘Train Guwahati to New Delhi’ to 9-77-33-00000 to know the train schedule from these two destinations. You will NOT be charged any premium rate. Just the SMS rate that your service providers charges. A great saving! 

Wait, it is not that the service will work for these two stations only, you type and sms ‘train destination 1 destination2’ between any two destinations, you will start receiving the trains, their train numbers as well. 

Even you can send your PNR number to know the status to 9-77-33-00000.

These are features from the gamut of services Google India has recently catered to its users. 

I have been experimenting this SMS service rolled out by Google. And I found it works fantastically to this service. Unfortunately, the same service fail to render other add on like ‘define New Delhi’, ‘define Google’. 

When I SMSed ‘define Google’, I didn’t get any response from Google. Is Google India listening!! 

However, when I SMSed ‘news Assam’, within seconds I started receiving latest news relating to Assam. Imagine you are traveling and you are getting latest happening in and around yourself. 

You are receiving train/ flight schedule, news ‘news assam’, translation ‘translate hello in french’, definition ‘define inflation’, PNR status ‘PNR number’.

All GSM/CDMA mobile operator networks are supported (Aircel, Airtel, BPL, BSNL, Idea, Reliance, Spice, Tata, Vodafone). So, don’t worry and SAVE the number in your phonebook 9-77-33-00000.

Incoming messages from Google are not charged. Again!!

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  1. Waooooo very nice.....with this we can get updates thats very nice


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