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As a new era of technology dawns, we welcome you to a whole new world of incredibly fast internet connectivity and staggering data-transfer capability, anytime and anywhere, as an extended service to our continuing patronage.
Hope until now, you have experienced, unmatched service performance through our CDMA based high speed data-cards, and must have developed enough confidence in our brand and the quality of product services, that we strive to deliver to all our customers. To take the same satisfaction up by leaps and bounds, for only a few esteemed patrons, it gives us immense pleasure to announce the launch of a new product HypVelocity, which is an EVDO based technology, being offered only by us in the country, to match your future needs of high speed internet connectivity. The data-transfer speeds that can now be achieve shall be minimum upto 50 times higher than the conventional products. More details shall soon be provided by our executive who shall visit you, after taking prior appointment.
HypVelocity shall be available, at a very special offer, to a few select clients of ours, by surrendering the current data-card, the services of which were earlier offered at no cost, by paying a very nominal one-time fee of Rs 100, and a monthly tariff of Rs 150. For an extremely high-valued customers as yourself, the company, besides HypVelocity connection, shall also offer free access to all Value-add services for a year, and on-line SMS pack worth Rs 250.
While the services on the current data-card are being withdrawn w.e.f 31st March’09, the HypVelocity services are available immediately at your call at the below-mentioned phone numbers. In parallel, as stated earlier, our executive shall soon be in touch with you, to satisfy all your queries on the new services, and the migration plan.
Happy surfing !!

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