Google SMS: Power of Google Search on Mobile!

SMS team at Google has come up with Google SMS Search. Now you can send all your queries to 9-77-33-00000 without paying any premium charges! SMS Search offers an easy-to-use way to type in free-form searches. No longer will your questions require complicated prefixes or a tight syntax. You can learn about the interesting features and try our interactive demo at

For details go to the Google Mobile website or check their help center for more details.

The Google blog says that you only need to pay the standard SMS text charges for sending the SMS query to Google – there’s no fee for the incoming messages from Google. The service is available for all popular cellular networks including Airtel, BSNL, Idea, Reliance, Spice, Tata Indicom and Vodafone.

This service is available across all operators on both GSM and CDMA mobile phones. Give it a try by SMSing “help” to 9-77-33-00000 and don’t forget to save the number of your newly found friend (Google SMS) in your phone book!

Google SMS can be used for Live Cricket Scores, Railways PNR Status, Train schedule, Stock Quotes, Horoscopes, News, Movies, Flight status, Translation, Currency Conversion, etc.

Link: Google SMS for India

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Pavan Kumar November 28, 2008

Guys Alert:

The number provided in the post is a BPL Mobile number of Mumbai. Though its a non premium number, be sure that it won’t cost you like national sms.

Rahul Bansal November 28, 2008

@Pavan Kumar
I guess its still cheaper than premium SMS.
Still nice point as some operator charge heavy for national SMS compared to their local SMS rate.

Deepak Jain November 30, 2008

@Pavan Kumar
Why?? Being similar to any other 10 digit mobile number, why will it not cost similar to the usual charges??

Are you sure about it?

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