Hi Friends,

Even as I launch this today ( my 80th Birthday ), I realize that there is yet so much to say and do.
There is just no time to look back, no time to wonder,"Will anyone read these pages?"

With regards,
Hemen Parekh
27 June 2013

Thursday, 4 November 2004


Annexure : A

( Job- Alert on Mobile for your Subscribers )

STEP # 1

·     Subscriber types “JAM” and sends on 2580

STEP # 2

·     World-Wide-Jobs  delivery to the subscriber “PULL-OPTIONS” as SMS

STEP # 3

·     Now the subscriber selects an option such as “ 1 B 1 ”   and sends on 2580, following message

“ JAM  TR  1 B 1 ”

STEP # 4

·     World-Wide-Jobs  server pushes 5 job-alerts ( 5 SMS ) to the concerned subscriber
      through  the server of his mobile service provider-MSP ), which, correspond to

       FUNCTION       = 1 =

       LEVEL      = B =

       CITY        = 1 =



Annexure : B


Can be launched by any Mobile Service Provider (MSP) within a few hours !

STEP # 1

·     Executive from MSP phones Abhinandan ( M ) 3-850-5801
è Gives to Abhi HTTP post/gateway number/code on concerned MSP’s SMS server

è Takes from Abhi relevant URL on World-Wide-Job’s server

The request/reply shall be confirmed by email.


STEP # 2

·     MSP’s executives test the PULL JAM on their personal mobiles and get thoroughly satisfied.

STEP # 3

·     MSP sends out to all of its subscribes

è a promotional email

è a promotional SMS

Annexure : C



·     “ PULL- JAM” will be delivered as 160 character SMS on the mobiles of subscribers, whose MSP specifically requests  World-Wide-Jobs to make available such Free Trial to its subscribers.

·     This free Trial will end on Dec. 31, 2004.

·     During this period, each subscriber ( of the requesting MSP ),  will be enabled/permitted to “pull” a   maximum of 50 job-alerts. Each “pull” request by a subscriber, will result into delivery of 5 job-alert SMS.

·     During the free trial, there will be no provision to “ Apply Online” by  a subscriber against any job-alert. The whole idea of free trial is to convince the subscribers of the “Convenience/options/relevance/Time-Saving” features of JAM service.

·     “FREE-TRIAL” will mean that neither World-Wide-Jobs, charge any amount/fees to the MSP for sending 50 job-alerts, nor will MSP charge any amount/fee ( SMS cost/tariff ) to its subscribers.

·     Free-Trial does not oblige the MSP in any manner what-so-ever, to enter into any agreement/contract/arrangement with World-Wide-Jobs, when the free-trial period gets over.

·     At the end of the free trial period, World-Wide-Jobs  will inform the concerned MSP

è Number of his subscribers who availed of “PULL-JAM” free trial

è Total no. of job-alerts delivered to the MSP’s subscribers during the trial period.

These statistics will enable  a MSP to judge/estimate the “market” for such a  Value-Added-Service (Non-Voice/Data-based content), before making a firm commitment.

Hemen Parekh

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