Aircel brings winter offer to JK customers
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 16: Aircel, one of India’s leading telecom players, today launched a ‘special’ winter offer for its customers in Jammu and Kashmir.
The company in a statement said the product named ‘Extra Talk Time’ will bring “joy and delight to the customers as they will be able to talk more at affordable prices.”
“Not only the customers will get extra talk time, they will also get 1MB 2G data free with this product,” it said.
“Free 1 MB 2G data will be available on all offers,” it said.
Sundeep Talwar, Circle Operations Head, J&K, Aircel, said “As part of Aircel’s philosophy, we constantly strive to provide simple and innovative products and services to our customers. To make this winter season special for our customers in Jammu and Kashmir, we have launched Extra Talk Time which will enable them to talk more at affordable prices.”
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