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Grameenphone Emergency Balance: How To Activate & Details

Grameenphone is the largest mobile operator in Bangladesh. They have a lot of attractive offers for their customers. Now, they have introduced another new and user-friendly offer called Emergency Balance. This offer is only applicable for the prepaid customers. This offer will allow the customers to get an emergency balance of 5 Taka [10 Taka for Star Subscribers] when their balance becomes zero or insufficient to make a call. They can easily get this BDT and make emergency calls.

HOW TO ACTIVATE:

Just dial *1010*1# [Free] to collect 5 BDT in your balance when you don’t have enough account balance.

IS THIS FREE?

Not at all! You will be charged the exact amount of money when you will recharge your account next time. So, the Emergency Balance is not free. It is just a privilege for the Grameenphone Customers.

HOW TO CHECK EMERGENCY BALANCE:

You can check the remaining Emergency Balance of your account by dialing *566*28# any time for free.

HOW MUCH VALIDITY PERIOD EMERGENCY BALANCE HAS?

Emergency Balance has a validity period of 30 Days.

CAN I GET EMERGENCY BALANCE FREQUENTLY?

You can get an Emergency Balance for the second time only after recharging your account and paying the first Emergency Balance.

SOME MORE INFORMATION:

Grameenphone Emergency Balance: How To Activate & Details

Ananta Jalil, the Super Action Hero of Dhallywood, has become the model of the Grameenphone Emergency Balance Advertisement. In this advertisement, Ananta has 2 dialogues: “Osomvob ke somvob korai Ananta’r kaj” & “Nothing is impossible for Ananta”. Have a look at the advertisement below:

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Dr. Sujon Paul

The author of this post is Dr. Sujon Paul, an MBBS Doctor. He is also a blogger and updates this website [MAXBANGLA.COM] regularly with fresh contents. Thank you for visiting this website. Contact Author: Facebook, Twitter & Google Plus

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