Sony tablet buyers will get 25 per cent extra data download over existing limits
Under this offer, anyone who buys a Sony tablet P or tablet S will be given 7.5 GB of 3G data downloads in place of 6 GB for a price of Rs 960 and 1.25 GB download in place of 1 GB for a price of Rs 360 valid for a month.
These plans, however, are completely optional and buyers of Sony tablets are not obliged to buy these plans along with the purchase of the tablets.
Both the special plans are governed by a fair usage policy which means that after the consumption of the allowed 7.5 GB or 1.25 GB of data in respective plans, users will be charged for the additional data consumed.
The offer is available to all the customers across India except for customers from Orissa and Punjab. Users who wish to opt for this offer can call Idea customer care at 9891012345 to get instruction on how to get these plans activated on their device.
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