The next time you make call to a friend, listen to content that suit your interest rather than listening to the standard ringtone. And this is exactly what makes Audiogram different from its competitors.
Audiogram is a shared economy platform that connects content creators with users waiting idly on the phone. By downloading the app, users can specify their interests, and enjoy personalised content with every call. Having won several awards in the past, the start-up is all set to showcase its innovative technology at The Mobile World Congress (MWC) which will be held in Barcelona from Monday February 27 to Thursday March 2, 2017.
Caller RingBack Tones (cRBT) fill a gap in time where users are waiting intently for their call to be connected. As such, Audiogram poises advertisers to take advantage of this receptiveness with highly targeted audio-based advertising. By integrating Audiogram as a service, mobile carriers can differentiate themselves from the competition, while reaping the benefits of a new revenue stream.
Established in 2016 in Amman, Audiogram’s key areas of operations include value added services (VAS), advertising and content distribution. Led by a team of seven creative mobile-buffs, Audiogram was started with an aim to make a change in the mobile ringtone market. In the future, the company aims to penetrate into the MENA region whilst enhancing its technology.
Recently, the company has signed a partnership with Zain Jordan to offer its services to them. At the Mobile World Congress, Audiogram aims to raise awareness about its new technology through innovative mechanisms. Here’s wishing them luck!
The Mobile World Congress is a biggest mobile industry event – where thousands of visionary leaders and tech-savvy consumers gather to experience a connected life. More than 2,200 companies will exhibit at Mobile World Congress 2017.