Airtel Now Offers Unlimited On-net Calls in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh

By September 5th, 2012 AT 3:35 PM

airtel-Unlimited-On-net-CallsAirtel has come up with a new recharge voucher that will enable Airtel prepaid mobile customers to make unlimited Airtel to Airtel local mobile and landline calls in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

To avail this incredible offer, existing Airtel prepaid customers can recharge their mobile accounts with a voucher of Rs 299 and make all local Airtel to Airtel calls absolutely free for a period of 30 days from the date of recharge.

The voucher will also provide 10 minutes per day of free calls to other local networks for a period of 30 days. This is a value voucher and will not provide any talk time balance.

Other tariffs will remain unchanged as per the existing tariff plan of the customer.

Details of Airtel Unlimited Local call offer

Denomination

Talk Time

Validity

Benefit

Rs 299

Rs. 0

30 Days

  • Unlimited Airtel to Airtel local calls.
  • 10 minutes free calls per day to other local networks.

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rahul saha
rahul saha

Rrrrrr

manimaran
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Plz I need a link to download airtel tv app in Nokia lumia710.

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