FreeCharge Offer: Get 100% Cashback on 1st Transaction via Axis Bank Cards

FreeCharge Offer: FreeCharge is India’s No.1 payments app. Customers across the country use it to make prepaid, postpaid, DTH, metro recharge and utility bill payments for numerous service providers.

Now Get upto Rs 100 Cashback on your 1st Recharge/Bill Payment when you use your Axis Bank Credit or Debit Card. You will get 100% cashback on Freecharge on your first Recharge/Bill payment done till 30th September 2018. Offer is valid on Axis Bank Credit / Debit Card only.

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Offer is valid till 30th Sep, 2018

How to get the FreeCharge Offer :-

Open Axis Asap Online Account Now & Get Instant Card to avail this offer – Click Here

  • Login to your FreeCharge Account
  • Open FreeCharge App > Click on ‘Recharge‘ Option
  • Proceed further and Enter your Number & Amount
  • Enter Coupon code as – AXIS
  • Pay the Required amount through Axis Bank Cards

P.SOffer is valid for new Freecharge users only. Applicable only for first transaction on FreeCharge using Axis Card

  • Your Cashback will be added in your FC Balance instantly.

Terms and Conditions :-

  • 100% cashback on Freecharge on Recharge/Bill payments done till 30th Sep 2018.
  • Offer is valid on Axis Bank Credit/Debit Card only.
  • Maximum cashback Rs.100.
  • AXIS Promocode has to be applied to avail cashback offer
  • Offer is valid for new FreeCharge users only
  • The offer can be availed only once using an Axis bank Credit/Debit Card.
  • Offer valid on FreeCharge App, Web & mWeb.
  • The cashback would be credited to FreeCharge wallet within 24 hours of completing a valid
  • transaction.
  • Valid once per New user/Credit/Debit Card/Mobile Number/Device
  • 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 for any account

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