By June 1st, 2009 AT 9:57 AM


Airtel is offering its customers the chance to win loads of prizes, among them being a Trip for Two to Lords to watch the T20 World Cup Final. Customers need to subscribe to a Rs 3 Cricket Pack by dialling 54321 & automatically become eligible for the contest. In case of subscription to different packs, greater are the chances of winning.

In order to ensure eligibility, one needs to have the pack activated on all the days that T20 matches are played. Customers can also subscribe via SMS by sending “SUB CRI” to 54321 (toll-free) and be activated on the pack. The contest period is from 28 May – 15 June 2009 and is applicable to Airtel customers across India.

Prize details:

1st Prize   :  Trip to Lords (London) to watch the ICC T20 finals (1 couple)
2nd Prize  :  Home Theaters (5 nos)
3rd Prize  :  Digital Camera ( 10 nos)
4th Prize  :  Ipods (12 Nos)
5th Prize  :  Mobile phone (20 Nos)
Consolations prizes :  Gift hampers (100 Nos of Rs 500 each)

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Neha Nair
Neha Nair

instead of spending money on this contest i would rather love watching it on TV with my family


@janardhan sutradha
Well said but a 1GB local Ipod is worth trying for this contest

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