Twitter is FREE For Vodafone India’s Postpaid and Prepaid Customers

By July 29th, 2013 AT 11:30 AM

Vodafone India has launched Unlimited Free Twitter access, in partnership with Twitter India. Vodafone India’s mobile customers now can access unlimited free Twitter for 3 months without any extra cost.

Free Twitter on Vodafone India

With in the offer period, Vodafone postpaid and prepaid subscriber can access twitter without any data charges by using mobile.twitter.com or official Twitter Android App.

To avail this Offer Vodafone customers shall access mobile.twitter.com from Native or default browser of  their handset or use Twitter Android App on there Android device.  The Free Twitter Offer will end on 1st Nov 2013.

Earlier Even Reliance Partnered with Twitter to offer promotional 90 days offer during IPL season.

Note :

1. Standard data charges will apply for viewing external links, pictures, videos and other media.

2. This service is not available to subscribers who have portalnmms as their APN (Access Point Network) until they change their APN to WWW. This can be done by going to the settings menu on the handset.

3. Also note that subscribers who are using portalnmms as APN and are accessing mobile.twitter.com thru any other browser apart from the device/native browser will not be able to avail this offer.

4. Subscribers using BlackBerry handset will not be able to avail this offer.

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