Backup your contact details before anything worse happens

By October 26th, 2008 AT 11:48 PM

How many times you have end up losing your contact details due to virus attacks?Aircel has come up with a new innovation know as Aircel phone book. What it does is you can backup your contact details in Aircel Phone book without any worries about losing it before anything worse happen wondering how to start?

Register you phone number
To register send pbook to 52222 the very next second you will receive a text message with a default user name and password don’t worry you can change the password at a later stage also.
Now wondering how to save the contact details??
Forward all the contact details that you want to backup as a business card to 52222 and you are almost done ….

Retrieving contact details
Log on to click phone book and retrieve your contacts simple right?
If you want to retrieve a particular person contact detail send Pbook personname to 52222.
Example – Pbook tarun and send it to 52222
The contact details will be sent to you as a business card.
To retrieve the entire list what you have added in your Aircel Phone Book send pbook*.* to 52222.
So now what are you waiting for go ahead and backup your contact details.

Subscription charges:-
•Rs 30/- per month.
•SMS sent to 52222 service will be charged at RS 3/- sms
•Deactivation send pbook NO to 52222

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I had registered for phone book. since i had lost my instrument now with a new cell,I want to retreive contacts that were regd. in the cellphone that I had lost. How do I get

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