DingDong Mobile: This Year’s April Fool Prank from Your Beloved Team Telecomtalk

By April 2nd, 2013 AT 12:09 AM

Happy DingDonging: Team TT Wishes Happy April Fool’s Day!!

Sorry to disappoint you, our readers! DingDong Mobile is this year’s April Fool prank from your beloved Team Telecomtalk. There is no such operator in India, which offers cheap tariff, via one SIM which connects two different networks for voice and data.

Actually this year we were out of idea, and thought to skip the prank. But at the eleventh hour Tarun came up with an idea, which is modified into DingDong Mobile.

While our regular readers caught the joke easily, many did not, some even found out that we were playing a prank and commented saying so, Sorry our intelligent readers we didn’t publish your comments during that time just to make sure we can  fool all others in a bigger way,we have now approved all the comments.

We got nearly 985 of calls, 789 sms and 460 emails requesting the trial Sim card of DingDong Mobile. The best part we got nearly 500+ comments for which users wanted to test its service every sec we were getting a new comment and 480+ users identified it as a prank we have now approved all the comments which has reached a maximum of 1010 at the time of positing this article.

And finally the entire Team TT like to say sorry for any inconvenience caused to you i hope you take this in the right spirit after all its all fools day 😀

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Its shows how trust can be broken with one simple lie. Never expect this from TT…


nice one…

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