Katrina Kaif on Airtel’s “Talk2Me”

By July 11th, 2011 AT 10:37 PM

Katrina Kaif on Airtel Talk2MeAirtel today added more excitement to its ‘Talk2Me’ offering by giving its customers the opportunity to chat with Bollywood’s hottest celebrity Katrina Kaif LIVE!.

Airtel customers can talk to the ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ star LIVE on 12th July 2011 at 2 pm.

Airtel Customers can call 50505 through at 2p/sec & register for the event at Rs 15/event.

The Talk2Me service allows a select group of callers at a time to connect with the celebrity for a live conversation in a sequential mode.

Every caller will be prompted in advance and given equal time to interact with the celebrity.

In case, if a caller will not get chance to interact with celebrity due to paucity of time; the person will be able to listen to the conversations between the celebrity and other participants during the entire session.

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Vikas Patidar :
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Saurabh gupta :
Faltu service…….

Sahi He Bhai Faltu Service For Faltu Peoples.

maha faltu service for people who have less money for recharge and more to use these service

Vikas Patidar
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Saurabh gupta :
Faltu service…….

Sahi He Bhai Faltu Service For Faltu Peoples.

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