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  • PhonePe Wallet Offers : Send 1 Rs & Get 50 Cashback

    Before a month, Flipkart had introduced new payment option ‘PhonePe’ in addition to FK wallet. It seems like Flipkart is planning to break the monopoly that Paytm & Freecharge have created in Indian market.

    PhonePe app lets you transact on your favorite shopping sites including Flipkart, Jabong, Myntra & many more. Likewise paytm, you can also recharge your mobile number, DTH easily with a tap of button. Cool part is, they have 1 lac monthly transaction limit which is much higher than rival sites.

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  • Haptik Refer & Earn Offer : Rs 100 per Friend

    Haptik is personal assistant app and it is very similar to Helpchat. You can talk to the virtual robots & ask them to complete tasks on behalf of you. It includes online shopping, recharging, ordering food and many more. Booking Ola/Uber cabs, reserving hotels, buying train & flight tickets gets extremely easy with Haptik. It’s absolutely free to use and has been downloaded by over 50 lakh users across India.

    Update : referral amount increased from 50 Rs to 100 Rs.

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  • Freecharge Freefund Code : Refer and Earn 5000 Rs

    Wohoo! After a long wait, Freecharge “refer and earn” program is ready to rockĀ again! Now you can easily earn 5000 Rs worth freecharge freefund codes just by referring 100 friends. Let us have a quick look at the offer details.

    Note : If you have never used freecharge app before then here’s great deal before you proceed further.

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  • Airtel, Idea, Vodafone, Jio Free Talktime Trick January 2017

    Since when landline phone replaced by android, call rates have been reduced drastically. Earlier companies were charging customers for both incoming & outgoing calls but now things have been changed. But still there is one problem in common. Yes, you guessed it right! Now our needs have increased & we always run out of talktime. So what is the solution?
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