Airtel Offers Free Mobile Alerts For Women’s Day

By March 8th, 2010 AT 12:47 PM

Airtel Offers Free Mobile Alerts For Women’s DayBharti Airtel India’s leading Cellular operator is offering free mobile alerts to all women on the occasion of International Women’s Day by offering their women patrons an opportunity to get one tip on beauty, fashion, cooking, housekeeping, fitness and home remedies everyday for a period of 30 days starting from today.

As part of the same, effective March 5 to March 10, 2010 every woman who walks into Airtel Relationship Centre (ARC) would be eligible to get free beauty and health tips, innovative cooking tips, tips on the latest fashion trends, quick and useful tips on home remedies and housekeeping on a daily basis. The offer is valid all across Gujarat.

Shivan Bhargava COO Airtel Gujarat Circle quoted ‘On the occasion of International Women’s Day, through this celebration we would like to express our appreciation for the women patrons’ incessant support,’  said in a statement.

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Applicable only in gujarat circle goldy. Guess mobile penetration among women is less in gujarat circle. Without any reason airtel will not give such offers 🙂

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thanks

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