Spice Telecom announces 'Spice Cricket Champion Quiz Contest' during Tri-series

MUMBAI: Spice Telecom has announced the 'Spice Cricket Champion' Quiz Contest, in line with the tri-series between India, Australia and West Indies. The cricket based quiz will be exclusive to its subscribers in Punjab.

The contest will give winners a chance to win a two nights and three day holiday package to Manali or Mussorie. In addition to this, Spice subscribers can also get real-time updates of the matches in the ongoing tri-series tournament through IVR (dial 555), USSD (dial *555#), SMS (Send <CRIC> to 555) and GPRS platforms, informs an official release.

Spice subscribers can participate in the 'Cricket Champions' Quiz contest, by dialing IVR 555 at Rs 6 per minute. Participants stand to increase their chances of winning by answering the maximum number of questions. The contest is open for Spice subscribers till 2 October, after which the results will be announced and the top three participants with the highest scores in the contest will be declared winners.

Commenting on the launch of the Cricket Champion Quiz service, Spice Telecom, Punjab assistant VP - marketing Mukul Khanna said, "Spice has always focused on providing continuous value enhancement to our customers through innovative value added services. Adhering to this belief we have added to the excitement of the ongoing Cricket season by launching the Spice Cricket Champion Quiz where Spice subscribers can play and win exciting holiday packages to Manali and Mussorie."

For cricket updates on IVR 555 or USSD *555#:

IVR 555: Spice subscribers can dial 555 and listen to live updates of the ongoing cricket match. This service is available at a Rs 6 per min.

USSD *555*5#: To find out the score, Spice subscribers can dial *555*5#. This service is available at Rs 3 per request.

Subscribers can also SMS <CRIC> to 555 to get live updates on your mobile phone. GPRS: Cricket updates are available on Spice GPRS platform.

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