Reliance offers free Twitter for a week starting today and extending up to Independence day

By August 7th, 2015 AT 7:15 PM

Reliance communications is showing its support to the #SaluteSelfie movement launched in honour of the 69th Independence day of India by making Twitter access free for its GSM and CDMA subscribers Pan India for an entire week starting from today and extending up to 15th of August.

People who want to show their gratitude to the Jawans who guard the borders of our nation and keep it safe from infiltration, can click their selfies in the saluting pose and post it to their twitter handle with the hashtag #SaluteSelfie.

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In the past Reliance has launched an offer for free facebook access on fridays for its GSM subscribers and totally free whatsapp  and facebook access for its CDMA subscribers, both of which are available to subscribers without having to subscribe to any data pack. Reliance has also launched in combination with facebook.

As a customer do you think a move like this will help end customers ? Do let us know via comments.

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reliance has improved a lot these days unfair balance deductions and pack activation like they used to have before..and very very cheap calling tariffs also


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