Aircel Comes Up With Extra Credit Service Offering Rs 10 Instant Loan To Users

Aircel on Thursday launched Extra Credit Service scheme solely for its customers. Mcarbon, the popular mobile technology solution innovator has collaborated with Aircel, to help the Customers when they are out of bucks.

Aircel Comes Up With Extra Credit Service Offering Rs 10 Instant Loan

This Extra Credit Service plan offers, instant loan, when the customer's balance goes below Rs 10. Customers can now get instant loan of Rs 10 by dialling *414# or IVR dialling 12880 or by sending an message LOAN to 55414.On the next recharge, Rs 10 will be deducted, along with the convenience fee of Rs 2 from the customers account.

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The Chennai based mobile network operator said that the prepaid customer in Delhi and Mumbai who use its network for minimum 120 days can avail this instant loan offer.

During the launch event, Anupam Vasudev, Cheif Marketinf Officer of Aircel said, "With the launch of Aircel's Extra Credit Service, we aim to ensure that our customers are connected 24X7, even in times of need when they have exhausted their account balance."

Rajesh Razdan, Co-founder and CEO of mCarbon said, "Aircel extra credit service is revolutionary in adding value to existing prepaid customer experience by providing balance advances to those in need."

Aircel is the second mobile network company to launch this scheme, following Vodafone which offered "Chota Recharge", where users get Rs. 15 from the company and Rs. 3 would be deducted as the convenience fee along with the credit during the subsequent recharge.

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With the scheme launched in to of the major cities like Delhi and Mumbai, you can expect the same to expand in other circles as well.

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