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March 18, 2006
Starting today cricket fans in India will be able to watch a simulated version of all international matches live on their mobile phones no matter where they are. Cricinfo Genie, a path-breaking product, has been developed in association with India's premier gaming company Dhruva Interactive.
As part of Cricinfo's strategy to introduce innovative services to mobile phone users, subscribers to the Genie will also get up-to-the-minute news updates, match schedules, statistics and trivia.
The Genie is currently available to mobile phone users on Airtel and Hutch networks but will soon be open to consumers of other telecom carriers as well. Plans are also afoot to make the product globally available in the next 12 months.
Click here for details on how to get Cricinfo Genie.
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