Bharti Airtel Launches New “Temple Packs”

By September 15th, 2010 AT 3:36 PM

Bharti Airtel,the largest telecom service provider  in India,launched Airtel temple packs. The new service will enable customers to get daily updates and information about  shrines in South India through simple text messages on their mobiles.

The customers can plan their daily activities according to these updates from these shrines on their mobile phones, by paying a basic charge of one rupee for two updates per day from the shrines of their choice in South India.

Airtel temple packs covers

Tirumala, Srisailam, Lepakshi, Meenakshi, Rameshwaram, Kamakshi Amman, Aru Padai Veedu, Sabarimala and Guruvayoor. The service is valid for all Airtel customers.

For activation of Airtel Temple Packs, you need to call 55200(toll free) from your Airtel Number, there will be a one time charge of Rs.5. Additionally,  for enjoying the temple pack alerts you will have to pay a daily rental of Rs.2.

For More, you can call 121 from your Airtel Mobile.

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Bhagwaan ke naam pe bhi kamaai. Ye to is tarah hua ki, Bhagwaan ke naam pe kuchh de do grahkon.

AWARA

THIS IS THE METHOD OF SNATCH OR ROB OF PEOPLE’S MONEY PREPARED AND LAUNCHED BY AIRTEL. NOWADAYS AIRTEL’S NETWORK IS GETTING WORST DAY BY DAY IN ALL OVER PAN INDIA. YOU CAN EXPECT AN EXCELLENT 3G SERVICES FROM OTHER GSM OPERATORS LIKE DOCOMO. NEVER TRUST AIRTEL VERY BAD COMPANY

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