Aircel offers Free Facebook Access Up to 50MB; Launches ‘Facebook for All’

By March 26th, 2014 AT 5:55 PM

Aircel today launched ‘Facebook For all’ ;  providing free access to the social media platform for its customers up to 50 MB data usage.

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Under this innovative service, Aircel enables its customers – both new and existing, to network and be socially active on Facebook in 9 different languages. Customers can have free access to Facebook App, Facebook Messenger and Mobile version on their existing or new connections.

Under this offer, all new customers can enjoy free 50 MB per month data on Facebook for a period of 60 days after activation. On the other hand, existing customers will get free 50 MB data for 30 days to have an uninterrupted Facebook experience. Post 50 MB usage, the subscribers will have the option of using Facebook on their phones at 2p/10KB.

The service is available in Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi and Maharashtra and will be available in rest of the circles shortly.

New CustomersExisting Customers
Free 50 MB/ month for 60 daysFree 50 MB for 30 days

Apart from above offer , Aircel customers also have the option of benefiting from the Special tariff packs for Facebook which will be as low as 50p/day (Rs. 14/28 days). The pack details are as follows:

MRPFB Usage(2G/3G) Validity
Rs. 14100 MB28 days
Rs. 525 MB5 days

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