Get Free Talktime on T24 network by Shopping at Future Group Stores

t24 mobile“Forget Prepaid, Forget Postpaid” is the news been splashed by T24 mobile services. T24 mobile services are the India’s first unpaid mobile connections soon to be available in metros of India although its running in Andhra Pradesh.

T24 mobile is joint venture by Future Group and Tata Teleservices to offer GSM Services in India. T24 started its mobile services by launching in Andhra Pradesh and now it extends to West Bengal and Kolkata circles.

With T24 Mobile GSM connection you get free talk time everytime when you shop at Future Group stores like Big Bazaar, Food Bazaar, Central, Brand Factory, Pantaloons, e Zone, HomeTown. For every shopping of Rs 251 and above the denomination of talktime Rs 10 is added and value goes further up if you shop for more. Free talktime added is completely dependent on which outlet you shop among the mentioned above retail stores.

Everytime you shop at Future Group stores you will be provided with a promo slip at the bill counter depending upon the amount of the bill. To avail balance in your account you need to go to the free Recharge Desk in the store and show him the promo slip. The recharge desk are placed just after the bill counter.

Apart from this special benefits recharge are also available. Users can choose from Pay per minute or pay per second tariff plans.

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  1. Superb services from T24 mobile

  2. Nice plan to get returning customers to bigbazaar

  3. shabbirhusainkr says:

    me ne big bazaar udaipur se about 9750 rs. Ki purchase ki jiska talk time rs.215 or ek im khareed ki rs.30 ki uske liye 35 rs ka talk time ke liye bataya gaya lekin afsos ke saath likhna pad raha he ke date 26/1/12 se aaj tak 6bar me big bazzar me contact kiya aur 3 baar costmer care me contatct kiya har baar jhansa diya ja raha he mujeh lagne laga hey ke aap me aur khomche wale koi fark nahi hey

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