Free Call After 2nd Minute With Jazz Non-Stop Call Masti Offer

Like other Telecoms company Packages Mobilink Jazz brings an exciting new ‘Non Stop Call Masti’ offer for its valued customers, which allows all On-net calls free after 2nd minute at any hour of the day for Jazz Octane subscribers. This is a limited time offer to be replaced by Jazz Ghanta offer on Jazz Octane package from September 15th, 2010.

JazZ Non Stop Offer

Note: Jazz Non Stop Call Masti is offered to Jazz Octane subscribers only; hence daily rental of Rs.1 plus tax is applicable in order to avail the offer. for more information visit http://www.mobilinkgsm.com/jazz/jazz-callmasti.php

Tariff:

* All On-net calls free after 2nd minute
* Daily Subscription Fee: Rs. 1 plus tax per day
* All other calls will be charged as per regular Jazz Octane Tariff

How to Subscribe Jazz Non Stop Call Masti:
Dial *105*1# on mobile screen and press send

How to Un-subscribe:
Dial *105*4# on mobile screen and press send

Package Conversion:
1. If you have any other package than Jazz Octane, then
2. Call 123 from Jazz connection.
3. Press 3 for package settings.
4. Press 0 for package selection
5. Press 2 to select Jazz Octane

Note: For the convenience of customers, the package conversion will be absolutely free during the promotion duration

Terms & Conditions:

* During first minute, on-net calls will be charged at Rs 1 per 30 seconds
* On-net calls to three F&F numbers will be charged at Rs 0.45/30 sec and will also be free after 2nd minute
* Off-net calls will be charged as per regular Jazz Octane tariff
* Package daily fee of Rs 1 will be applicable to all Jazz Octane subscribers in addition to the daily subscription fee of Jazz Non Stop Call Masti offer
* Daily subscription will be renewed automatically until unsubscribed
* For Jazz Octane LNO subscribers On-net calls will be charged at Rs 4 for first minute between 12am-7am
* 19.5% tax apply on the above mentioned price
* This will be a Limited Time Offer

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