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Aircel’s Extra Talk Time with Chennai Super Kings’ 164+ runs

5 April 2013 573 views No Comment

Aircel, India’s one of the largest mobile companies, has put forward a unique yet extremely exciting offer to its customers. Users will now get extra talk time with Chennai Super Kings-Extra Talk Time with its full talk time of Rs. 164.


Aircel presents extra talk time whenever CSK makes 164+ runs. The talk time will be based on the runs scored.

With CSK’s 180 runs, Aircel will give you a talk time of Rs. 16 for free with a validity of 15 days. If CSK cannot reach 180 runs, FTT benefit and 5 local on-net minutes will still be provided to the users.

Following are the Aircel’s FTT MRP benefits:

Airtel gives you a full talk time of Rs. 164 and 5 on-net free minutes with a validity of 2 days. You are also given additional talk time, based on the difference between CSK runs and MRP with a validity of 15 days.

Extra talk time will be given, valid from 1st April till the last match of CSK.

Anupam Vasudev, Chief Marketing Officer, Aircel, said, “Aircel is delighted to launch this unique initiative for the customers. We aim to leverage the great following that cricket and IPL have in our country. Chennai Super Kings is the most successful team in IPL and this year their success will bring a cheer to Aircel customers as well. Through this exciting initiative, we will reach out to our customers and reiterate our commitment of bringing innovative and best value for money products and services in the market. This is a first of its kind initiative and our strong association with CSK will also help us strengthen the relationship with our key target audience- youth”.

Aircel’s new ‘Joy of little extra’ campaign is a sure means of excitement for the users!

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