Airtel Introduces Free Data Usage Plan

By March 8th, 2010 AT 7:10 PM

Airtel Introduces Free Data Usage PlanOne can now a days find the shift again towards data services as call charges are par to 1paisa/sec and operators trying to seek more from other options.

Bharti Airtel India’s largest GSM mobile service operator has come up with free data usage plan of 100MB per month for a span of 3 months with selective handsets ,earlier  Airtel tied up with Nokia to offer Free Internet and Picture Post Service with  Nokia 2730c now Airtel has expanded its free internet service tie up with wide range of handsets which include – Samsung Corby Series, LG Eigen, LG Viewty Smart, LG Times and LG Crystal.

User has to SMS My Data to 543210 to avail the offer,Other Benefits of this plan include»Nokia 2730 – Picture Post free for two months

»Samsung Corby Series – Host of free applications

Terms & Conditions associated with this plan are as follows

»100MB free data download per month will be credited in customer’s account within 24 hrs of receiving the SMS.

»Post free MB usage customer will be charged at 30paise/50KB.

»This offer is applicable on selected handsets only.

»Offer valid up to 31st March, 2010.

»Picture post for Nokia 2730 will be activated within 48 hrs

»Applications for the Samsung Corby series can be downloaded by clicking on the link received in response to the “My Data” keyword to 543210.

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