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Kerala: Gift offer from Escotel

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KOCHI: Escotel, one of the leading cellular operators in the country, has announced the launch of Smartfone InstaCard and an attractive gift offer as part of Vishu celebrations. As per the offer, all those who buy a new Smartfone Connection between April 10 and 16 will get a free gold coin, a press release issued here said.

The new Smartfone InstaCard enables the customer to talk instantly and save time taken for activation. Besides this, the company offers attractive plans with lower monthly membership fee and airtime rates.

For instance, the Right Plan offers the lowest ever airtime rate of Rs 2 per minute for both incoming and outgoing calls at a monthly membership fee of just Rs 250, the release added.

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