‘Good Morning’ pack for Aircel users; free local calls from 6 AM-8 AM

By November 25th, 2015 AT 10:32 AM

Telecom services operator Aircel has launched a ‘Good Morning’ pack that would enable all subscribers enjoy free Aircel to Aircel local calls every morning between 6AM to 8AM for Re.1.

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Users will be charged Re.1 for the first call of the day between 6AM-8AM after which all his calls would be free during the period. Subscribers can also avail this offer through IVR facility, a company release said. Subscribers can avail the offer by either a recharge of Re.1 through ETOP or by dialling *121*6290#. The offer is available in 13 circles of Aircel.
The new ‘Good Morning’ pack enables Aircel users to greet their loved ones this festive season without worrying too much about their phone bills, it added.

Anupam Vasudev, Chief Marketing Officer, Aircel, said, “The product will enable our customers to talk to their family and friends during morning hours at just Re 1 every day. This product is especially aimed at the student community and young working professionals who start their day early and like to be in touch with their friends and family before they head for their respective work places or colleges.”

Having over six years of experience in business journalism, Krishna has a knack for writing on telecom and IT. She believes that tryst with technology is the best thing that has ever happened to the mankind. Krishna is a telecom analyst with CMR

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