Exclusive : Airtel offers 7.2 Mbps 3G Data Card Just for Rs.299

By June 15th, 2012 AT 12:21 PM

Airtel the largest mobile service provider in India today brought smiles to its prospective 3G postpaid data customers in Mumbai telecom circle by launching yet another exciting 3G Data card offer.

Airtel offering 7.2 Mbps 3G Data Card worth Rs.1899 just for Rs.299 to all new customers using any other service providers Postpaid 3G Data service in Mumbai and Maharashtra-Goa telecom circle under its ‘Fab-Friday’ offer.

To get Airtel 7.2 Mbps 3G Data card for Rs.299 customer needs to bring copy of their existing postpaid bill for 3G data service service of any other operator offering 3G services in Mumbai/Maharashtra-Goa circle. The postpaid bill should not be older 3 months and Name and address of the bill has to match the present applicants documents subscribing Airtel 3G Data service under this offer.

The offer is available from today and valid up to 21st June, 2012. To avail this offer customer needs to visit any Airtel Relationship Center across Mumbai/Maharashtra with valid documents.

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Till u have offer for Rs 299 data card

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I need offer datacard rs.299

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