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It is New Year time again and there must be great plans being made for shopping and enjoying. People can now get a feel of the "KSKT-Keep Shopping and Keep Talking" experience.
Telecom Service provider Aircel has joined hands with Yebhi.com to come up with the promotion. The promotion allows the Yebhi.com users to enjoy free talk-time from Aircel. This offer is applicable on every single purchase and from a collection of about 100,000 products.
All that is needed to be done by a customer to enjoy a non-stop shopping experience is shop in Yebi.com and get the promo shopping code. The shopping code will depend on the product.
Once the purchase is over, the user will be directed to a page where they should enter the shopping promo code and thereby enjoy free talking time in Aircel. If a customer shops for Rs 1,000 from Yebhi.com then the user receives an Aircel talk time worth Rs. 200.
Non-Aircel users need not worry as they have something exciting on the cards too. The non-aircel users can now get a free Aircel connection with their purchase if they desire. Yebhi.com expects a huge number of visitors upon announcing this offer.
Incidentally, this is not the first time such offers are coming into the market. Earlier, the biggest retail chain Big Bazaar was offering recharges and talk time offers to Tata Teleservices Company for quite a long time.
The biggest difference is that Yebhi.com is an online shopping portal and the first one to enter a partnership with a telecom company. The deal also offers cash back each time they recharge their aircel mobile. Aircel is certainly trying to drive its business and expand its network mainly targeting the youth.