Airtel (Kolkata & ROWB) Brings Full Talktime On Recharge of Rs.25

By March 1st, 2010 AT 12:47 AM

Airtel (Kolkata & ROWB) Brings Full Talktime On Recharge of Rs.25Bharti Airtel, the leading cellular operator in India has brought smiles to its customers in Kolkata and Rest Of West Bengal telecom circles.

As day by day as the operators are the verge of innovating new tariff and structures to grab a pie and strengthen its foot print  in the customer base now Airtel has come up with a full talk time recharge at just Rs.25 which offers a talk value of full Rs.25.The only con of the offer is that the talk time is valid for just 2 days after which the utilized balance will lapse.

For more info contact Airtel Customer Care from your mobile at 121 or 98310 98310 from other phones.

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selva
selva

airtel the copy cat network of all networks. no more to say about it. it is like a boy in a exam knows about the subject(network) but still copies from the neighbor paper(plans) and scores good mark (customers) and rank.

kaushik
kaushik

vinay :25 tt lapses in 2 days. so 375/month usage. too bad an offer, even for frequent callers.

use 333 or 444 or 555 with unlimited validity and full talktime

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