Airtel Customers Can Now Listen To Live Siddhivinyak Aarti

By October 1st, 2009 AT 4:21 PM

Airtel Customers Can Now Listen To Live Siddhivinyak AartiBharti Airtel today announced the launch of an innovative service which will allow subscribers to listen live “siddhivinayak aarti” on their mobile phones launched  under the aegis of Airtel’s radio service all the post paid and pre paid customers of Airtel will be able to listen to the Live Aarti .

To avail this service one has to dial 54321334,subscribers will be charged Rs.30 and comes with validity of 30days.

Commenting on this initiative Mr. Manu Talwar CEO, Mobility Bharti Airtel Mumbai, Maharashtra and Goa said, “We have always endeavored to provide our customers with differentiated offering and this is one step towards the same. This unique initiative gives our customers an edge and also offers them the distinct advantage of listening to Live Siddhivinayak Aarti on their mobile phones”.

Apart from Siddhivinayak, Airtel will also cover 21 other prominent shrines the offer with its mass appeal will target the next generation devotee. This unique blend of technology and devotion will present high level of customer engagement.

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As I checked now, service is available in almost all regional languages. There is limit that one can use only 30 minutes of service with 30 Rs pack. Other packs are also available like 10Rs-10 minutes, 20Rs-20 minutes.

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