New Delhi, Feb 27 (ANI/Business Wire India): Bharti Airtel Limited today announced a mega promotion for its DTH service - digitalTV - offering its customers the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to win a chance to bring home A R Rahman, Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Zaheer Khan and Gautam Gambhir.
In addition, customers stand a chance to win a number of other exciting prizes. The offer is valid till May 31.
Announcing this offer, Deepak Srivastava, CEO - DTH, Bharti Airtel, said, "Airtel digitalTV has redefined the digital home entertainment experience in the country, bringing in many firsts like a Universal Remote for operating both the set top box and TV and the only MPEG4 standard with DVB S2 technology that gives exceptional picture clarity and consistently high quality audio. With this unique offer, we are giving our customers a never-before opportunity to bring home their favourite stars and thousands of other exciting prizes - and to experience magical entertainment at home."
All that a participant needs to do is to buy a digitalTV from Airtel, send an SMS to 53030 with the message 'digitaltv' followed by space and the Consumer ID number. In response, an SMS will be sent to the customer to complete the slogan, "I love 'digitalTV' because." The entry will be complete once the slogan is filled out and sent back to 53030. An eminent jury will then examine the completed entries and choose the winners periodically. This offer is open to customers across the country, except in Tamil Nadu.
The Airtel digitalTV service is available across the country and is supported by 24x7 customer care available in 8 different languages and a team of 800 professionally trained service engineers.
Bharti Airtel Limited, a group company of Bharti Enterprises, is Asia's leading integrated telecom services provider with operations in India and Sri Lanka with an aggregate of over 91 million customers as of end of January 2009, consisting of 88.38 million mobile customers. Bharti Airtel Limited has been voted as India's most innovative company, in a survey conducted by The Wall Street Journal. (ANI)