Nokia, BharatMatrimony Tie Up

Nokia BharatMatrimony Logos Nokia has always been a source to connect people, but now Nokia has also become a source to connect hearts. Nokia has a tie-up with BharatMatrimony, allowing Nokia device owners in India to use the Matrimony services through Nokia Catalogs.

Murugavel Janakiraman, CEO of BharatMatrimony Group said “We at BharatMatrimony firmly believe in the power of technology and have been continuously innovating features to simplify the process of match making. Through this collaboration with Nokia and Mobile2Win, we are happy to take our matrimony services into a new platform, thus benefiting customers on the move. This will also help us reach out to a wider audience.”

The convenient and easy to use steps, one has to perform to search for a spouse, are as follows:

  • Register and list a profile
  • Pay and search for profiles of potential spouse
  • Contact a profile you are interested in
  • Engage a background verification service
  • Today, Nokia of course has become an easy way for information. The Nokia Catalogs offers consumers a wide range of exciting content on their Nokia handsets, like entertainment related ringtones, branded Bollywood content, games and productivity applications. Users can access Catalogs easily and browse for content to purchase anytime. And now searching for a life-partner has become convenient just with a click of a button.

    “BharatMatrimony is a great service that caters to Indian consumers who are seeking partners. Thanks to the collaboration that we have with BharatMatrimony, Nokia is now able to offer this service to more people all over India via a downloadable application that can be found in Catalogs, providing them with all the necessary information they need about prospective partners,” said Lee Epting, Vice President, Forum Nokia, during her recent visit to India.

    After a little while, BharatMatrimony on Nokia devices will also offer features such as support videos, images and voice introduction, and a click-to-call facility. To reach out to consumers settled across the country, the service will also be offered in multiple Indian languages.