FM MOBILE PHONES FROM AIRCEL

By January 13th, 2009 AT 3:48 AM

Aircel announced the launch of the first ever FM enabled music mobile phone for its pre paid subscribers in Tamil Nadu.The Phones launched by Aircel Brand Ambassador Suriya are available in two models G225 (Rs 1,350) and G240 (Rs 1,750) thses handsets comes with a unique radio-inspired design and a long standby battery life to ensure that the users have an uninterrupted mobile music experience.

The two models G225 & G240 comes with lifetime validity with 6000 free SMS ,free dialer tunes, joke alerts valid for one month and free talktime of 75 minutes per month to anymobile within TamilNadu for the first 12 months.Apart from this Aircel is also providing  additional add-on benefit where a customer could register five mobile numbers and the call charges to these five numbers would be 20 paise per minute.

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