Independence Day Offer Social Networking On Virgin Mobile Free

By August 14th, 2010 AT 3:25 PM

Independence Day Offer Social Networking On Virgin Mobile FreeVirgin Mobile India today announced free access to Facebook, Orkut and MySpace on its flagship value added service “Friend Circle” on Independence Day, and the offer will continue till 30th September.

Friend Circle is an integrated social networking service which brings the users life on Facebook, Orkut and MySpace in one place.

This service allows users to stay in touch with friends across all three social networks at one time through a single log-in.

A first of its kind value added service in the mobile space, top three social networking sites on Friend Circle will be available for access on the occasion of Independence Day to all Virgin Mobile users.

Friend Circle service is available to all Virgin Mobile GSM users across 16 circles – Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu & Chennai, Kerala, Orissa, Mumbai & Maharashtra, Kolkata & West Bengal, Haryana, Bihar, MP&CG, Punjab, UP (E) and UP (W) circles.

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@karan

agree, they are doing fine but uninor needs to provide more options for their gprs service.more plans.

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nice but uninor gprs offers free surfing of facebook and twitter and their speed is quite fine too.

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