Airtel Does It Again Airtel’s Latest Campaign: Airtel Advantage

By February 8th, 2011 AT 8:09 PM

Airtel Does It Again Airtel's Latest Campaign: Airtel AdvantageAirtel has come up with its new campaign which showcase few of the unique advantages what airtel offers to its customers.

The ad highlights the importance of Airtel’s Uninterrupted GSM Network and showcase its Seamless Connectivity with the widest International Roaming Coverage and also talks about popular VAS service what Airtel has in its store for its users.

Shahrukh Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan and AR Rahman for the first time has come together for this campaign, lending their own unique perspective to bring alive the Airtel advantage in a series of short entertaining films, with one final message – on airtel, “Milega yeh sab aur bahut kuch”, i.e., you’ll get this and lots more.

Directed by three of the best directors that India has to offer – Shaad Ali Sahgal, Francois Merlet and Marco Kalantari, these ads were shot in Mumbai and Chennai over a span of 3 days.

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@Ajay Rao yes they are no1 in all aspects..


@Santu Sovan Mandal well said !if we contact officers they will do and they are responding

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