DLF IPL season III tickets now available on Vodafone M-Shop

Vodafone Essar,one of India’s leading cellular services providers , today announced that all Vodafone customers can purchase DLF IPL season III tickets through Vodafone M-Shop. Vodafone Customers can access M-Shop by dialing 53333 (toll free) or SMS MSHOP to 53333. Customers can also buy tickets by logging into Vodafone Live or www.vodafone.in.

Through this exclusive service on Vodafone, customers can enjoy the privilege of booking DLF IPL Season 3 tickets on their handset at any time and place convenient to them. Customers will be guided through an easy step by step process where they can choose seats in a particular stand of their choice to cheer for their favorite team.

Payment for the tickets can be made through credit cards with a convenience charge of Rs. 30 per ticket. Customers get an SMS acknowledgment immediately on confirmation of payment, making it safe and secure. Once they purchase a ticket they have an option of collecting it from select Vodafone stores or get it delivered at their home at a nominal courier charge.

Speaking on this initiative, Kumar Ramanathan, Chief Marketing Officer, Vodafone Essar said, “DLF IPL is one of the most awaited events in India and we are happy to launch a service that provides our customers the convenience of buying IPL tickets through their mobile phones. Our aim has always been to provide innovative and superior services that benefit out customers and this initiative is another step in that direction”

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3 Comments on "DLF IPL season III tickets now available on Vodafone M-Shop"

 

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Avishek-1
March 4, 2010 7:37 pm 7:37 PM

Prasath J :
Seems like Vodafone is taking IPL too serious now…

bcoz vodafone is sponsor of IPL3

krishna
March 4, 2010 3:57 pm 3:57 PM

totally off topic . Is MNP still on track? As scheduled?
Its launching on March31 in the cities?

Not postponed again , right?

A reliable person answering this would delight me.
😀

Prasath J
March 4, 2010 1:44 pm 1:44 PM

Seems like Vodafone is taking IPL too serious now…

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