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MyOperator ties up with PM’s Mann Ki Baat with cloud telephony

   

Citizens can now register their queries and concerns for the PM through a simple call.

MyOperator, the call management system on the cloud has tied up with the Government of India to provide its stellar cloud telephony services for Prime Minister Modi’s radio programme Mann Ki Baat. Through its powerful technology architecture, MyOperator has collaborated with the programme to handle the just launched tollfree number 1800-3000-7800. This service will facilitate those citizens of the country who wish to record their problems, thoughts or questions for the PM to address during Mann Ki Baat.

So far, one had to log on to the open forum on the MyGov.in website or send letters to connect with the government. With the option of recording one’s comments through call, the PM and the Mann Ki Baat programme will be able to reach a much wider audience throughout the country.

mann ki baat powered by myoperator

Speaking on the development, Ankit Jain CEO and Founder, MyOperator said, “We are pleased to associate with the Prime Minister’s noble initiative of Mann Ki Baat. Through the collaboration, we will apply our easily adaptable cloud telephony solutions to empower maximum number of citizens with a toll-free number that they can use to connect with the government seamlessly.”

He further added, “Internet penetration rates are still not high enough across the nation and the propensity to send physical mail is decreasing every day. In this scenario, we feel that the toll-free number will become one of the most preferred ways of interacting with the Prime Minister’s Office as it is most accessible, quick and cost-effective for a majority of the population.”

Mann Ki Baat is a radio programme broadcast through All India Radio during which the Prime Minister addresses the nation on a variety of subjects and matters of national relevance. He also refers regularly to the comments, ideas and governance examples he receives from citizens across the country. With the launch of a new way to connect with the people, MyOperator has won the significant chance to further the PM’s noble endeavour towards inclusive progress of the country and collective social responsibility.

More about MyOperator

Established in the year 2013, MyOperator is a call management system on the cloud, which helps SMBs and bigger enterprises, manage their calls without any hardware or software installation. Based out of Delhi, the core strength of the company lies in its robust technology architecture that makes it an easy to use product. Ever since its inception, it has focused on making MyOperator a more usable product that works to the benefit of businesses.

myoperator ties up with cloud telephony services for mann ki baat

Its easily operated and uncomplicated procedure, enables the users to set up accounts in 30 seconds on cloud and makes it very easy for businesses to adapt to such technological solutions. The call management system for businesses is built over cloud technology on a subscription model. These subscription packages are available for all businesses ranging from startups or budding businesses to enterprises. The packages start from Rs.1500 onwards. It also has a free mobile app which allows them to track and record all their business calls creating a callers’ database which can then be used for remarketing.

Written by Aditya Nath Jha

Aditya Nath Jha is an Engineer from New Delhi, India. His areas of interest include Gadgets, WordPress, speed optimization & latest technology.
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