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line free minutes offer

Now its time for Line again after wechat now you can get or say as you can earn Rs 200 Talktime form line that is premium call credits which can be used for calling any international , national or land lines for free, isn't this amazing offer . So what are you waiting for get this offer asap it has started form 13 october you need to send stickers to groups for 20 days , dont worry if you missed some days you can still continue and earn free premium full Rs 200 talktime credits.

How to Get ₹200 Talk Time :

1. First Install Line App
2. Register If you are a fresh user

3. Sign-In to Line app

4. Create Group or Join the existing group sent stickers to earn points

5. Do the same process for 20 Day [You need to send Message daily]

6. Nothing Much to Explian you all are good enough in these offers , yet any queries leave comment below.

7. 20 days to get 200 minute (400 credit)

About Offer:-

- Line Premium call enables you to make international calls to landlines and mobile phones

- 100 Credit equals to 50 minutes of talk time

- Don’t worry if you miss a day. Contiue sending stickers and you will still earn free talktime

- Redemption link will be shared when you reach the 5 day milestone

- Available only for the users with mobile number registered on LINE

- Valid for Line India users only

- Offer duration 13th Oct 2014 to 11th Nov 2014


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