VODAFONE LAUNCHES ZOOZOO DVD

By June 18th, 2009 AT 10:34 AM

VODAFONE ZOOZOO DVDVodafone Essar is out with a special offer for all Zoozoo fans across India to encash the Zoozoo’s popularity. Customers can now get special Zoozoo DVDs from a Vodafone store and watch these adorable characters from the recent television commercials. Vodafone pre-paid customers can get the DVD through a recharge of Rs 300 or more.
Vodafone post-paid customers can enroll for Direct Debit or subscribe to Callertunes or any Vodafone Alert to get the Zoozoo DVD. The Vodafone Zoozoo DVD contains all 29 Zoozoo ad films on the various Value Added Services offered by the company in India and a complete guide to download the Zoozoo wallpapers, greetings, screensaver, e-cards and Zoozoo emoticons via their computers or their GPRS enabled phones.

The Vodafone Zoozoo DVD is available across India at all Vodafone stores till the stocks last.

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Dipen.K.Parekh

I like
this offer

yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee…….!

Varun Gupta
Varun Gupta

@ Duane
Dude..Airtel didnt required this much advertising…
it is already established as a top mob network company

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