Idea Cellular offers free Facebook Messenger usage for 3 months to prepaid subscribers


Idea Cellular has launched free Facebook Messenger service for its subscribers. Under this scheme the 2G and 3G prepaid subscribers of Idea will be able to enjoy Facebook Messenger for free for a period of three months from the date of activation. To activate the service, users will have to dial *800*88# from their Idea mobiles. Users will have to activate this scheme before July 31, 2013. This service will be available to prepaid users who use an Android or iOS device. The users will have to download the Facebook Messenger application from the respective app stores.
Announcing the launch of the service, Sashi Shankar, Chief Marketing Officer, Idea Cellular said, “With the increasing mobile broadband penetration in India, the mobile phone is becoming the most important device for accessing Internet and social networking platforms. Nearly 50 percent of data users on the Idea network access Facebook on their mobile phones. The free Facebook Messenger service will enhance their social networking experience and enable Facebook users to chat with their contacts while on the move.”

Kevin D’souza, Country Growth Manager, Facebook said, “Messaging is a fun and useful way to share privately and connect with friends in smaller personal groups. We are happy that Idea subscribers can now enjoy free access to Facebook Messenger and experience new features such as Chat Heads and Stickers. This partnership allows us to connect people in new areas and offer them the Facebook experience on the Idea network.”



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