If you have also received a message on WhatsApp or other social media to get free recharge for Jio, Airtel and Vi users, then you should definitely read this news.
Viral Free Internet Message
If you have received the message of three months of free recharge through social media or WhatsApp, then do not forget to trust them because doing so can be huge and can be a big loss for you. Your account can also be emptied through this message.
Actually, a message is going viral on social media nowadays, it is being said that Jio, Airtel or Vi users are being given three months free recharge for work from home. In this message, it is being claimed that this scheme is being run by the government.
What is written in the message?
In this viral message it is written that, “In view of the increasing infection of Corona, a 3-month recharge is being given free of cost to all Indian users for Work From Home by the government.
If you have a SIM of Jio, Airtel or Vi, then you can take advantage of this offer.
Note: – Click on the link below to get your free recharge.
Please note: This offer is limited to 30 APRIL 2021 only! Hurry ..! “
Do not click on these links
The link to myrecharge given with this message is completely fake and clicking on it opens a page asking you to choose your operator to recharge Jio, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea and then here you Your bank details can be sought. Apart from this, your personal information can also be stolen.
A message with free internet for online studies has also gone viral
One such viral message was tweeted by COAI and PIB Fact Check and it was clear that the government is not offering any such offer. PIB Fact Check wrote in its tweet that, “A #WhatsApp message is claiming that the Indian government is providing free internet to 100 million users for 3 months.”
One #WhatsApp The message claims that the Indian government is providing free internet to 100 million users for 3 months. #PIBFactCheck: This claim #Fuzzy is. No such announcement has been made by the Government of India. pic.twitter.com/31wQ96LSxA
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) April 5, 2021
Urgent Message on Public Advisory:
DO NOT click on the URL in this message.
Beware of such fraudulent messages. There is no such scheme from the Government or Telecom Service Providers. Don’t share or forward such messages and also alert your family and friends. @airtelindia pic.twitter.com/bzOA9x8Lhu
– COAI (@ConnectCOAI) April 21, 2021
Let me tell you that if you have also received such a message, do not forward it, rather make people aware that you do not get into the mess of such messages. Clicking on the link provided in such message can result in huge loss to you.
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