~ Now a customer can ask for talk-time even at a Zero Balance
Continuing in its path of providing convenient and value-for-money products to its customers, Uninor today announced the launch of a very unique and innovative offer christened “Talk Time Transfer” for its customers in Bihar and Jharkhand. This facility allows Uninor pre-paid subscribers to “transfer as well ask” for talk time to their family, friends or associates in-case of a requirement or any other exigencies. What makes this offer more innovative for customers is the fact that he or she can even ask for talk-time even at a zero balance.
Subscribers can transfer balance amounts ranging from a minimum of Rs 5 to a maximum of Rs 50 at one go; on any given day a maximum of 7 such transactions are allowed. This facility is available only between 2 MSISDNS of Bihar circle, anywhere in the country. Subscriber A can transfer any amount between Rs.5 to Rs.50 to subscriber B by dialing à *202**#. Talktime can be asked by dialing * 201**#.
Every successful transfer of talk-time would be intimated through SMS to both the parties and Rs 2/- will be deducted as processing fee from the amount transferred. Subscriber has to do minimum of two recharges while being there in Uninor network, before being able to use the balance transfer functionality.
Mr. Alok Shankar – Circle Business Head, Bihar & Jharkhand, said, “We at Uninor have constantly devised innovative plans to come up with customer friendly and value for money products and services. Talktime Transfer is another initiative from Uninor to support our customers so that they can stay connected with family and friends at all times. There are a number of circumstances when people run out of sufficient balance and in such a situation of emergency; they can take advantage of this ‘Talktime Transfer’ facility. We are quite confident that this service will be extremely useful to subscribers and will help them stay in touch even with minimal balance.”
Now Uninor subscribers will always stay connected and don’t have to worry about balance getting over at critical times.