Happy Diwali from Vectone Unlimited free calls to mobiles and landlines in India on Diwali day 5th Nov 2010 if u Top up £10 or more - HotUKDeals
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This is my first post to HUKD and I m not sure whether anyone already posted this.

I had got letter from Vectone mobile as Diwali gift.
We'r giving you unlimited free call to mobiles and landlines in India all day on Diwali if you Top-up atleast £10 this week.

Note: This offer is only available to UK Vectone Mobile Customers who have topped up £10 or more between 1st and 5th of November 2010. Offer not abailable with Vectone Mobile PLUS.

The offer applies only to calls to Indian mobiles and landlines. Calls made to all other countries will be charged at standard rate.

Free calls are only available from 00:01hrs to 23:59 hrs on the 5th of November 2010. Standard rates apply to any usage outside the fair use policy limits.

Excludes roaming use and calls to number translation services, premium rate and special numbers.

Unlimited free calls offer available on sims ordered on online promotion of 10 free minutes to India every day offer only.
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they also offering (without any top ups) 10 minutes call to India everyday until 2011....
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good deal, hey guys, why cold??
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urinthematrix
good deal, hey guys, why cold??
You honestly have no idea why it's being voted cold ?
Perhaps people who have complained to companies like t-mobile and are angry at being dealt with by an Indian call centre where staff cannot read or write English fluently (I know English is widely spoken in India, but they have obvioiusly employed people who are so cheap their english is a lot less than perfect).
Perhaps not everyone on this site is totally happy with the muti-cultural society and doesn't like the idea of 'Happy Diwali' and other alien festivals being forced on our children at school.Also, 5th November is bonfire night in the UK, not anything to do with 'diwali'.
I of course do not in any way promote the idea of voting cold based on race or culture,but I am sure there will be a few on here who are doing so, especially when you consider what happens to football team related deals,and the abusive posts which often accompany them.
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Forgot to add......voted cold.

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