Freecharge first transaction – Get 100% cashback [New Users]
Freecharge first transaction – Get 100% cashback
Freecharge is offering 100% cashback on first transaction. This offer is valid only for new users. The Freecharge first transaction is valid only 1 time per user. Use coupon code NEW100 to get this offer.
Note: Valid on successful recharges/bill payments done till 11th Nov 2016 for New Users of FreeCharge.
Terms & Conditions for Freecharge first transaction:
- No Minimum recharge/bill payment amount
- Max. cashback of Rs. 55.
- User need to apply coupon code – NEW100 to get the cashback.
- Valid on Credit Card/Debit Card/Netbanking transactions only.
- Cashback will be credited to your FreeCharge Wallet within 24hrs that can be redeemed within 185 days from the date of credit and is non transferable
- Not Valid for Add Cash transactions and transactions done via Freecharge Balance
- Valid once per user Credit Card/Debit Card/mobile number.
- Offer not valid for Airtel Potspaid/Prepaid/DTH/Landline transactions.
- Offer valid on Freecharge App, Web & mWeb.
- Virtual Cards & Cards issued outside India will not be eligible for cashback / reward.
- Freecharge has right to reserve the close offer without any prior information.
How to get 100% cashback?
- Go to offer page << HERE >>.
- Select Recharges/Bill Payments, and choose your operator.
- Proceed to next step.
- Apply Coupon code NEW100.
- Pay The amount through preferred payment method.
- Get the cashback, see balance in account history, Also get confirmation message of cashback retrieved or not.
- Enjoy the cashback in your FreeCharge Wallet
FreeCharge is a mobile application whose main focus is to create an innovative channel that can deliver more for less to the Indian consumer. They provide a wide range of discounts, cashback offers and deals that are sure to attract more and more users and customers. It is a hassle free and secure payment gateway. Customers can recharge their phones, internet bills and much more
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