Airtel Launches ‘Airtel Football Pack’ West Bengal

By January 16th, 2014 AT 6:21 PM

Airtel today announced the launch of‘’Airtel Football Pack’ in West Bengal. A first ever soccer pack with a never before experience for soccer fans in the state, it will enable Airtel mobile customers to stay tuned to updates on the East Bengal and Mohun Bagan soccer teams.

Mr. PD Sarma, HUB CEO – WBO & NESA, Bharti Airtel Limited  ( in the centre) along with the legendary footballers Shri. Manas Bhattacharya, and Sri. Bikash Panji launching the Airtel Football Pack in the city.
Mr. PD Sarma, HUB CEO – WBO & NESA, Bharti Airtel Limited ( in the centre) along with the legendary footballers Shri. Manas Bhattacharya, and Sri. Bikash Panji launching the Airtel Football Pack in the city.

Customers can now enjoy LIVE match commentary & updates of all the matches played by the arch rival teams in the Calcutta Football league and Federation Cup. The pack will also enable fans to access pre and post-match updates and information on all upcoming fixtures and news updates.

Priced at Rs. 20  for 30 days, the ‘Airtel Football pack’ is available across retail outlets in the State. Customers can access the team blogs by dialing 52000 toll-free and subscribing to the service at a price of Rs. 10  for 7 days. LIVE commentaries can be accessed by dialing 5770011 / 57700111 for MohunBagan and 5770021/57700211 for East Bengal on match days for a price of Rs. 1 per minute.

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