Airtel offers 95% discount if you are holidaying in Saudi Arabia

By Muslim Mirror News,

airtel offer for holidaying in Saudi ArabiaNew Delhi, August 6: India’s largest private telecommunication company Bharti Airtel  is offering huge discount on international roaming charges for its pre-paid customers holidaying in Saudi Arabia.

“The next time you visit ‘the land of hot sand’, you won’t have to think twice before talking to your loved ones back home in India. With your airtel prepaid you can now enjoy those lengthy conversations at excitingly low international roaming tariffs!” louds a big ad banner as you login the official website of the company

If you are planning a trip to Saudi Arabia, recharge your mobile for Rs 500 or Rs 1000 and enjoy full talktime, promises the company.


Major features of the offer

Local: Rs 15/min — earlier it was Rs 50/min

Outgoing to India: Rs 15/min — earlier it was Rs 150/min

Incoming from India: Rs 5/min — earlier it was Rs 100/min

GPRS: Rs 50/MB — earlier it was Rs 563/MB

However there is no good news in this offer for the customers belonging to Jammu and Kashmir, Northeast and some other circles of the company.

Moreover, the offer may not be availed by Hajis as it will end on 30 September 2013


Terms & conditions

–There is no discount on SMS rate and on outgoing calls from Saudi Arabia to any country other than India

–Above discount is only applicable on Etihad (Mobily) operator in Saudi Arabia. Any usage on other operators i.e. Saudi Telecom Company and MTC Zain will be charged at the existing rates

–Above discount is available on airtel prepaid number without any recharge

–Offer ends on 30th Sep 2013

–Handset Display: Etihad (Mobily): Mobily

Note: Above offer is available in all circles except UPE, AS, NE and J&K

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