Mobilink has stepped up to offer 80 percent discount on its Facebook bundle and Twitter bundle for free during general elections 2013.
Mobilink said that its prepaid Jazz and Jazba customers will be able to avail Facebook bundle for Rs. 1 per day from May 10th to May 13th, 2013.
Company said that it aims to provide its customers with easy and affordable way of communicating with friends during the Elections. It said that these special bundles will help all Jazz and Jazba subscribers to share information and encourage others to vote.
The details of this promotion are as follows:
- Facebook bundle (currently @ Rs. 5 per day) will be available for ‘Rs 1 per day’ for all mobile Jazz & Jazba subscribers from 10 – 13 May 2013 (both days inclusive)
- Customers just need to dial *114*5# and can have the full 24 hours Unlimited access for Facebook Bundle.
- There’s no fair usage policy. It’s truly unlimited
- All Prepaid Mobilink customers can access twitter free using m.twitter.com all day till 31 May 2013.
- No subscription is required to avail this service
- NOTE: Visiting Twitter via proxy browsers, Apps or external links will be charged
Terms & conditions apply
- Facebook and Twitter bundles are available for Mobilink Prepaid customers only, including all Jazz & Jazba customers
- This service may not work on Blackberry built-in web browsers
- This is not an auto-recursive offer
- For unlimited usage, customers should access Facebook by writing m.facebook.com via mobile browser or selected versions of Opera Mini
- Opera Mini can be downloaded from m.opera.com, however, standard data charges will apply
- Customer can perform all Facebook activities including viewing/sharing photos & videos. However, visiting external links/websites will be charged
- Accessing Facebook via proxy browsers & Apps may result in data charging
- Customer may get charged for mobile phone applications consuming data in background. This can be controlled by turning off such applications
- Mobile browsers (for example Nokia Xpress) on some handsets are proxy browsers. Accessing Facebook via these browsers may result in additional data charging