Airtel launches a lifetime incoming free offer

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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://broadbandforum.co/337/241...e-mobile-offer/
 
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
 
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.
 
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
 
Will the phone be alive if I do not recharge in 6 months (but do receive a few incoming calls)?
 
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
 


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...
 
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
 
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...