Airtel Offers Unlimited FREE BlackBerry Service for 2 Months

By May 20th, 2011 AT 12:43 PM

In an attempt to boost the Blackberry Mobile services, Bharti Airtel India’s largest GSM mobile service operator today announced the launch of FREE Unlimited BlackBerry Service offer for 2 months  for its postpaid subscribers.

Before you jump with joy, let me clarify it-The service is only for new Blackberry service subscribers and available on BlackBerry smart phones with Airtel Postpaid connections.

As a promotional offer, the monthly service charge for BIS Plan will be waived off for all new Postpaid BlackBerry subscribers is for first 2 months from the date of activation and after 2 months the regular BlackBerry plan charges will be applicable to continue the service.

With this promotional offer subscriber can access Unlimited BlackBerry Service including BBM, chat, Email Messengers, and Video and music share. To subscribe the service Airtel postpaid customers can send SMS ‘MYBBERRY’ to 543210.The offer is valid till 30th June 2011.

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pl tell me whether this offer is still available with Airtell postpaid ?

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Is this offer pan-india, It would be great if every private gsm operator go for this, then we’ll see the competetion. At ranchi which operator is best?

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