Tata Indicom launches special offer for prepaid customers
‘GET 900 MINUTES FREE ON PURCHASE OF RS 900 HUAWEI 2831 HANDSET’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, July 11: Tata Indicom, the CDMA brand of Tata Teleservices Limited, today launched a special ‘Full Paisa Vasool’ offer for its prepaid customers across J&K circle, a spokesman of the company in a statement said.
Under this offer, on purchase of a new Huawei 2831 handset priced at Rs 900, customers will get 900 free minutes that they can use for both local and STD calls.
“The handset is classy, thin and stylish with many features like FM radio, etc. and a long battery life,” it said.
“It is an opportunity for our new prepaid customers as they won’t just get the stylish Huawei handset for only Rs 900, they will get talktime virtually equal to the cost of the handset,” it said.
“With the perfect blend of style and substance, and competitive handset pricing, it is a complete paisa Vasool offer for our customers who look forward to cost-effective mobility,” said Atul Kansal, Chief Operating Officer, Tata Indicom, J&K Circle.
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