[Expired] FreeCharge – Get Rs. 20 Cashback on Transactions of Rs. 100 or More Using FreeCharge Balance

FreeCharge – Get Rs. 20 Cashback on Transactions of Rs. 100 or More Using FreeCharge Balance

After FreeCharge indulging with Snapdeal offering good deals together. Use these FreeCharge Coupon Codes and get extra cashbacks / Discounts on the go. You can get extra discounts on recharges and also get some cashbacks on your recharges. Use these codes now and start saving from today.

Offer Source : Click Here


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Steps :-

1. Visit FreeCharge or Download FreeCharge Mobile App Click Here
2. Log In / Sign up for a New FreeCharge account.
3. Initiate Recharge and Enter your Mobile Number.
4. Select Operator and Enter Amount Rs. 100
5. Select any desired Coupon from FreeCharge Deals for free Or Skip It.
6. Now On the Next Page Apply Promo Code : “FCW20
7. Pay The required Amount and cashback will be credited
within an hour.

Terms & Conditions :-

  • Valid on successful Recharges/Bill Payment done till 5th May 2016
  • Valid on Min transaction of Rs.100 when paid via FreeCharge Balance. Flat cashback of Rs.20 per transaction
  • Offer is valid twice per user
  • FCW20 promocode has to be applied to avail cashback offer
  • Valid only on transactions done via FreeCharge Balance only
  • Not valid for Add Cash, Credit/Debit Card, NetBanking & Airtel Postpaid/Prepaid/DTH/Landline transactions
  • Cashback will be credited to your FreeCharge Wallet which can be redeemed within 185 days from date of credit, and is non transferable
  • Not valid on Virtual Cards & International Cards which are issued outside India
  • Offer valid on FreeCharge App, Web & mWeb
  • For all other queries please email care@freecharge.com
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