Videocon Telecom, the versatile, friendly and dynamic telecom brand of the $4 billion worth Videocon Group continues its innovative and consumer-centric approach and offers, rolls-out yet another special and exclusive offer for its Prepaid Customers. The telco shall be offering Free and unlimited access to Facebook to all its customers on Valentine’s Day.
The telco, popular with youth segment has come up with special and exclusive offer to further engage with the segment. This special offer on the Valentine’s day will allow the telco’s users to express their feelings for their loved ones through written posts, photo/ videos sharing on Facebook, that too free of cost. Social media apps have become the lifestyle of today’s generation, and approx 30% of the mobile internet usage is on Social media, further the internet usage goes up during the weekends, and Feb 14 would see a further surge in data consumption given its Valentine’s day on the weekend.
The telco has also rolled out a Valentine day contest on its Facebook page www.facebook.com/videocontelecom, where in couples can post messages and pictures of their loved ones and win exciting gifts including LED’s, tablets, mobile handsets and more. The contest rolled out on the Feb 7, 2015 is already seeing a whole lot of participation from couple of all age groups.
Speaking about this special Valentine Day initiative, Arvind Bali, Director & CEO, Videocon Telecom says, “We keep coming up with such exciting propositions to engage with our customers. Owing to such exclusive and special offers, our brand is getting more popular with the youth segment. Valentine’s Day is for people of all age groups and to make it special, we are offering Free and unlimited Facebook access for all our customers on this special day.
We have also rolled out a Valentine contest on our Facebook pagewww.facebook.com\videocontelecom, here we are inviting couples to post message and pictures for their loves ones, and the best message/picture will take away goodies, which is already got a good traction, yet another endeavour to engage people on our social media.” Mr. Bali added