Idea Cellular Introduces VAS offers For Its Subscribers in Jammu & Kashmir

Idea Cellular Introduces VAS offers For Its Subscribers in Jammu & KashmirIdea has introduced a new offers for its prepaid subscribers including New Customer Recharges ranging from Rs. 35 to Rs. 73 valid up to a year in J&JK.

Through these voucher an Idea subscriber can make Local and STD calls at 40 paisa/minute.

Also, in the ‘More Than Full Talk Time Bonanza,’ a customer gets Rs. 99 talk time on a Rs. 90 recharge and Rs. 328 talk-time on Rs. 298 recharge.

Keeping in mind the keen interest of subscribers to be connected to the internet at all times, IDEA Cellular has also introduced new GPRS/Internet packs offering up to 3GB of Internet usage absolutely free.These  come with a day to a month long validity, and range between Rs. 5 to Rs. 97.

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June 2, 2011 10:56 pm 10:56 PM
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