Airtel introduces Poke Call : Enables customers to request a missed call when balance is less than Re. 1

By December 15th, 2014 AT 7:59 PM

After the “Call me back SMS“, Airtel has introduced another service Poke Call. So if your balance is below Re 1, you can request a missed call. This will be especially helpful for users caught in an emergency situation and their balance is below Re1.

Airtel Poke Call Service 1

Airtel Poke call service 2

Dear readers, do let us know your opinion on this service from Airtel. Is this service really helpful in case of emergency when balance is below Re 1? Let us know via comments.

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Venkateswarlu nuthalapati
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Very good, but common man can’t understand this option.

Pranesh
Pranesh

Airtel MH’s 121 Care Number Is Not Accessable From Past 3-4 Days It Just Says ‘Please Check The Number And Dial Again’.. 198 CC Have No Ide About It ..

pph
pph

You can try *121# instead of calling or complaint on airtel

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