FreeCharge App offer – Get 100% Cashback on First 3 Transactions

Updated : 04:31 PM

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Price : Rs 150

Deal Price : Rs 0

You Save : Rs 150

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FreeCharge App offer – Get 100% Cashback on First 3 Transactions

Hurry Up!! Loot Offer For New FreeCharge Users (FreeCharge App offer)- Recharge Your Mobile On FreeCharge And Get 100% Cashback On First 3 Transactions. No Minimum Recharge Amount. Max Cashback Of Rs.50 On Each Transaction. No Promo Code Required On Second And Third Transaction. Valid Only New User/credit/debit Card/Mobile Number.Valid On Credit/Debit Card Transactions Only. Offer Valid On FreeCharge App.


How to avail this offer?

  • Go to Offer Page
  • Create/Login to your FreeCharge account
  • Select recharges/Bill Payments and choose your operator
  • Login / Signup in Your Account
  • Enter the recharge amount and in the next step use promo code 100X3
  • Pay through preferred payment method
  • Enjoy the cashback in your Freecharge Wallet

Terms & conditions

  • Valid on successful Recharges & Bill Payment done till 2nd Jan 2017
  • No Minimum Recharge amount. Max Cashback of Rs.50 on each transction..
  • Use Promocode 100X3 on your first transaction get cansback even on your next two transactions
  • No promo code required on second and third transaction
  • Valid only Thrice per user/credit/debit card/Mobile number
  • Valid on Credit/Debit card transactions only
  • 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 for Add Cash, Netbanking , FreeCharge Balance & Airtel transactions (Postpaid/Prepaid/DTH/Landline)
  • Not valid on Virtual Cards & International Cards which are issued outside India
  • We reserve the right to end / modify any or all offers at our discretion without any prior notice
  • Offer valid on FreeCharge App.
  • For all other queries please email
  • We reserve the right to restrict cashback for any account with suspicious behavior or invalid details/credentials. FreeCharge has the right to ask for documents to prove his/her identity

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