Reliance Communications rolls out “Facebook Messenger Plan” for GSM subscribers @ Rs.16 per month
By insightVAS - Wed Dec 26, 10:19 am
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From the date of recharge, the offer will be valid for 30 days
The GSM customers can now enjoy unlimited usage of Facebook messenger by paying only Rs.16 a month. No money will be chargeable for extra data consumption. The offer will be valid for 30 days from the day of recharge and is auto renewed till unsubscribed.
The Facebook messenger works on a cross platform of smart and feature phones. The Facebook Messenger also launched a new feature where a user can sign in for a new account by using their name and phone number. This enables to send message to the phone contacts instantly. The messenger pack by Reliance will allow users to use this new app.
Commenting on the launch of ‘Facebook Messenger Plan’ Nilanjan Mukherjee, Wireless -Chief Revenue Officer, Reliance Communications Limited said, “We have always been at the forefront of offering innovative products with incredible affordability for our customers and the launch of Facebook Messenger Plan is yet another step in that direction. We are confident that ‘Facebook Messenger Plan’ with unlimited usage of Facebook without any extra data charges is set to provide a compelling new experience with incredible affordability to Smartphone users across the country on our superior network. We are hoping this offer to trigger a significant shift of youth customers using Smartphones to our superior network.”
Expressing his feeling on this association with Reliance Communications in India, Kevin D’Souza, Country Growth Manager at Facebook said, “Facebook’s mission is to make the world more open and connected. And mobile is a big part of that. Reliance users are now able to take the opportunity with the free data access plan to Facebook services like our new free messaging app to connect with their friends and families.”
Reliance GSM subscribers can now subscribe to the ‘Facebook messenger Plan’ by sending a SMS “FB” to 53739 from their mobile phones.
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