Airtel Introduces Hello Tunes Lite

By January 4th, 2010 AT 11:43 AM

Airtel Introduces Hello Tunes LiteBharti Airtel India’s biggest mobile operator has upgraded their one of a kind popular VAS service, Caller Ring Back Tone (CRBT) service popularly known as Hello Tunes.

With this service customers opting for Hello Tunes service can now get a discount of upto 50% on the monthly rental and that too for lifetime.Airtel was the first operator in India to bring the caller tune services which soon spread across all operators and indeed turned out to be the head turner in the VAS section as a great number of subscribers use Hello Tunes to welcome their callers instead of the boring tring-tring.

The initial subscription charges of subscribing the this VAS is

Rs.15 for a song and Rs.30 as rental for a month and surfing charges are Rs.3/min which might punch a hole in the pockets of the common public whose average spending on VAS is around Rs.30.

With this new offering a flat discount of 50% on the rental for lifetime sure will save some money and will attract new subscribers to try the Hello Tunes service for sure.For customers subscribing to Hello Tunes Lite, every 4th call will be an advertisement for a product. For playing the ad on your phone you get 50% discount on monthly subscription. Normal download charges apply.

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@zareef hahahahaha.


Get paid to receive ads on SMS is old, now comes ads on caller tunes… that too paid by the subscriber!

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