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Airtel Offering 10GB 4G Data for Samsung Galaxy J Series Smartphones

Airtel is offering 10GB of 4G data for Samsung Galaxy J data for new and existing Users. Get the new offer for Rs.250/- only. Visit Airtel Office or Activate by Internet.

Airtel announced a new promotional offer for Samsung Galaxy J series smartphone buyers. On Friday, Airtel announced the offer in which Samsung Galaxy J buyers will get 10GB 4G data at a cost of Rs. 250/- The offer will be available for both existing and new Airtel users.

But there are reports that, the offer is only for selected Samsung J series phones and the company didn’t provide any clue about the models yet.

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Inorder to get this offer, new Galaxy J series smartphone owners can either visit their nearly Airtel Retail outlet to get this offer be activated, or, log onto www.offers.airtel.com from their smartphones using Airtel mobile Internet (not Wi-Fi), and follow the instructions.

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Commenting on the newly launched offer, Ajai Puri, Director – Market Operations, Bharti Airtel, said, “We are delighted to extend our association with the popular Samsung J series. We believe this partnership will help customers enjoy best-in-class smartphone experience on Airtel’s 4G network.”

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