Airtel launches a lifetime incoming free offer

Sushubh

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Users can avail this scheme by buying a new connection for Rs. 999 and they would get the special privilege of receiving lifetime validity scheme for its prepaid subscribers. Most GSM mobile service providers usually extend validity by a month on their top up packages. Users are also required to top up their cards to continue receiving incoming calls.

More: http://sifytechwhack.co/337/241...e-mobile-offer/
 
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Well wat does this lifetime mean ----20 years or lifetime of the sim cardNothing for the post paid users ?thats bull s*** If people are goin for tis i might switch from post paid to pre paid
 

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Originally posted by kambui@Dec 29 2005, 01:41 AM
Well wat does this lifetime mean ----20 years or lifetime of the sim card
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Lifetimee means 6 months.

You have to recharge at least once in 6 months to keep the phone alive.
 


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No actually Liftetime is 29 years for Hutch and Airtel and 27 for ideaIn Airtel u have to either make an outgoing call, receive incoming or make any small rechare in 6 months whereas in Hutch u have to recharge with any amount(even withRs 10) atleast once in 6 months
 

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Will the phone be alive if I do not recharge in 6 months (but do receive a few incoming calls)?
 

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Originally posted by netfreak@Dec 29 2005, 01:41 PM
Will the phone be alive if I do not recharge in 6 months (but do receive a few incoming calls)?
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See the earlier reply --> In Airtel u have to either make an outgoing call, receive incoming or make any small rechare in 6 months whereas in Hutch u have to recharge with any amount(even withRs 10) atleast once in 6 months
 


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Originally posted by boygr8@Dec 29 2005, 12:51 PM
No actually Liftetime is 29 years for Hutch and Airtel and 27 for idea

In Airtel u have to either make an outgoing call, receive incoming or make any small rechare in 6 months whereas in Hutch u have to recharge with any amount(even withRs 10) atleast once in 6 months
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my body wont last for 29 years...
 

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Looked at it and found this gem hidden in their terms and conditions:

Validity for Lifetime is subject to change in regulatory or license conditions in the future.[/b]

So, if others (Tata et el) drop their offer so will Airtel
 

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eh? They would have their standard crap saying that they can withdraw the offer ot modify its terms and conditions without prior notice to the user...
 

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