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Idea offers Internet service even with zero balance

|November 21 2012 |Idea Cellular, Mobile Internet


A new service named "Emergency Internet Usage Service" has hit the market for the benefit of Idea Cellular customers. It is of course brought by non other than Idea Cellular itself.

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As per the name goes, one gets some idea about the nature of this service. Idea customers are offered with a credit to enable spontaneous inflow of internet surfing experience to the extend of 50 MB when the balance goes nil, either main balance or Internet dedicated special tariff balance.

Idea users can now simply avail the service by calling to toll-free number 53566 or dial *666# at any time and from anywhere, using personal Idea mobile number.

This unique and conceptual service makes Idea Cellular the first and only service provider in Rajasthan to provide this internet offer.

With the growing push of mobile broadband Internet numbers, users have been now addicted to online stuff and social networking through their mobile phones. However, zero balance and not being able to recharge at once, were main hindrance in enjoying the service. Idea's this new offer is adding more flexibility to Internet usage for residents of Rajasthan at now, and probably to the whole of India in future.

If you are Idea customer, and next time you run out of balance, do request for Internet zero balance usage and message a friend of yours on Facebook to recharge your mobile. Huh!


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