We are confident that a large number of consumers across the country will benefit from the partnership and the enhanced digital connectivity that it enables,” said CEO itel Mobile, Sudhir Kumar.
Leading mobile brand from Transsion Holdings Conglomerate itel has partnered with Idea Cellular, one of the leading Indian mobile operators, to offer free one GB of Data per month for up to six months on specific models of itel smartphones. The offer will be available starting Today on selected itel smartphone models under Wish series; it1409, it1407, it1508, it1508+ and Power Pro series; it1516+.
“With all aspects of our lives rapidly migrating onto a digital platform, internet connectivity has become a necessity instead of a luxury. The association with Idea Cellular, one of the most popular mobile networks with an extensive service outreach, is aimed at making digital connectivity more affordable and value-driven for both itel and Idea users. We are confident that a large number of consumers across the country will benefit from the partnership and the enhanced digital connectivity that it enables,” said CEO itel Mobile, Sudhir Kumar.
In order to avail the offer, customers need to visit https://i4all.ideacellular.com/offers from their itel smartphones using an Idea SIM and click on ‘Let’s Get Started’ button on the landing page. The website will capture the customer’s mobile number and the IMEI of the itel device. Users will need to click on ‘Show My Offers’ and select ‘itel 1GB’ offer to receive the activation message and enjoy free mobile internet. The data offered under the plan will be completely free for the first month. Subsequently, users can continue to avail the 1GB free data per month for up to six months, by doing a monthly recharge of any value of Rs. 50 or above for any Voice or Data pack.
Brand itel has built on its strong entry into the Indian market: thanks to its robust distribution network and the feature-driven, value-plus nature of its offerings. The latest announcement underlines itel’s commitment towards making high-speed internet connectivity more accessible and ‘within the means’ for Indian consumers across geographical and socio-economic barriers.