S Tel Introduces Self Recharge Concept

By June 13th, 2011 AT 12:36 PM

STel Introduces Self Recharge ConceptSTel today announced the launch of ‘Self Recharge’ concept for its subscribers.

S Tel customers can now choose a plan of their choice to match their budget everyday through a simple product activation code and recharge by themselves anywhere.

Subscribers will now be able enjoy a plethora of S Tel products at lower denominations with validity of 1 day.

STel subscriber can now simply type *123*# to avail product benefit. The Recharge amount would be deducted from core balance and the product benefit would be activated.

S Tel has further enhanced its WAP and GPRS services across its markets at special price points. S Tel now offers a bouquet of exciting data services customized to each region which includes services like “Hum Tum” Voice chat and high speed GPRS services.

S Tel users can access toll free customer care at 1212.

 

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stel ka topup vouchers kyun nahi mil rahe hai.

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