FreeCharge – Get 100MB 3G Data For Spending Rs. 50 on FreeCharge 5 Times

The world that we live in today is a difficult one to survive in without internet. For times when you really need internet, you realize that you’ve run out of data. Let us introduce you to Data Lifeline, a feature that gives you up to 100MB of 3G data free.

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Steps :-

1. Download / Update FreeCharge app From Here
2. Log In / Sign up for a New FreeCharge account.
3. Initiate Recharge or Bill Payment and Enter your Mobile Number.
4. Select Operator and Enter Amount Rs. 50 or more
5. Select any desired Coupon from FreeCharge Deals for free Or Skip It.

6. Pay the amount using payment mode
7. You had get a token for spending Rs. 50 on Freecharge.
8. Once you collect a total of 5 tokens, you can redeem it for up to 100MB 3G data.
9. You can find Lifeline under the “Rewards” section of your Android app or “More” section of your iOS app.

Terms & Conditions :-

  • Each use of the Lifeline will deduct 5 tokens from your account
  • 1 use of the Lifeline will give you approximately 100MB of 3G prepaid data for the operator and circle to which your registered mobile number belongs
  • Tokens can be earned by doing a recharge or a bill payment on Freecharge. Every Rs.50 spent gives you 1 token, with a maximum of 6 tokens on one transaction
  • Tokens will be credited to the Freecharge account from which the transaction is done
  • You can have maximum of 30 tokens at any point of time. Any tokens earned beyond this limit will automatically get forfeited
  • The operator and circle details of your mobile number is determined using a computer algorithm
  • Freecharge is not responsible for your existing data plan getting lapsed due to using the Lifeline. Please check with your operator before you avail the offer
  • The amount of 3G data given as a Lifeline will vary based on the circle of the mobile number eligible for reward
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