Kitkat Offer-Buy Kitkat Of Rs.20 or Rs.25 and Win Rs.100 or Rs.1000 Recharge Every Minute

Buy Kitkat Chocolate Pack worth Rs.20 or Rs.25 and stand a Chance to Win Free Mobile Recharge of Rs.100 or Rs.1000 depending on your luck. Every minute a 1 lucky user will be Eligible to get free mobile recharge during this offer. So, Hurry Up!! Try Your Luck Now. Buy Kitkat and win Rs 100 to 1000 Recharge Every Minute

How To Avail This Offer?:-

1. First of all, Buy a Kitkat pack of worth Rs 20 or Rs 25 from your Nearest Store 

2. Make sure “Kitkat Recharge offer” must be mentioned on it.

3. On Inside Wrapper, You will get the 8 digit code

4. After that Send SMS as below format.

Example for Prepaid Users:- MYTALKTIMEBREAK XXXXXXXX PRE to 07349673805

Where XXXXXXXX is a 8 digit Kitkat unique code and “PRE” show the Signal of “Prepaid Sim”.

Example for Postpaid Users:- MYTALKTIMEBREAK XXXXXXXX POST to 07349673805

Where XXXXXXXX is a 8 digit Kitkat unique code and “POST” show the Signal of “Postpaid Sim”.

5. That’s It!! If you are lucky one than you will get the Recharge worth Rs 100/1000.

Terms & Conditions:-
  • This Kitkat Talktime promotional offer is valid from 15/02/2017 to 10/04/2017.
  • Kitkat Talk time offer time is from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm daily.
  • Winners will be selected on random basis.
  • Only lucky users will be rewarded talk time worth Rs.100 or Rs.1000.
  • During this KitKat talk time offer period, 660 winners will be selected for Rs.1000 free Talktime and 39600 winners for Rs.100 Talktime.
  • The promotion is valid on all major telecom providers except MTNL & BSNL


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I took this pack. Sent 4 sms’s nd got nothing.
At first it was after 9pm so told me to send msg b/w 9am-9pm

Next time It said wrong code.
I changed ‘0’ to ‘O’

Even that didn’t work

Then realised its 8 digits and not 10
Deleted last 2 digits and again invalid.

Where is that 8 digit code located?
I think they just want to earn by sms from telecom companies.

Any suggestions?