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HCL InfiNet ties up with CRY

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HCL InfiNet ties up with CRY

HCL InfiNet Ltd. has entered into a tie-up with CRY (Child Relief and You) to enable consumers to help needy children while they surf the web.

As part of the campaign titled ‘Surf a mile, help a child’, all subscribers who register or renew their Internet account with HCL InfiNet will get an option to give the address of any person they wish to send a greeting card and HCL InfiNet will get the cards delivered through courier. The subscriber will have the option to write customized messages, which will be inscribed on the cards.

Under the campaign, HCL InfiNet will give two cards to subscribers who register or renew their HCL InfiNet account for either 50 hours or one-month; seven cards to subscribers of 100 hours and twenty five cards to those users who sign up for 12 months.


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