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Tech start-up Vyng rings in undisclosed amount from Indian Angel Network

The investment is part of a $3 million-dollar funding the start-up raised in 2017. Eyeing the Indian market, the company will use the funds for expansion

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Los Angeles-based technology start-up Vyng, which allows customers to use personalised videos that appear on lock screens as ringtones, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Indian Angel Network (IAN).

The investment is part of a $3 million-dollar funding the start-up raised in 2017. Eyeing the Indian market, the company will use the funds for expansion.

"In today's conveyor belt of identikit smartphones, where there is little scope for innovation, it is interesting and awe-inspiring, to see how something as simple as a phone's lock screen can be transformed into something as disruptive as done by Vyng,” said Sandeep Soni, lead

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First Published: Feb 27 2018 | 8:15 PM IST

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