Sunday, 17 October 2010

Half Gram Gold Coin Free For the Purchase of 10 Gram Gold Coin from Post Office

India Posts announced a special offer that free half gram gold coin for every purchase of 10 gram gold coins from post offices. This announcement has been done at the end of the celebrations of the Postal week. Indian Postal Service, the biggest postal network in the world with around 155000 post offices spread around the country celebrated the postal week from 09th October, 2010 to 15th October, 2010

Indian postal service started so many useful services to general public in addition to the postal related services. It is one of the responsible public services in India. They started small saving services, banking and so many other services. Apart from all these services they started to sell pure gold in association with World Gold Council and Reliance Money Limited with the denominations of 0.5 g, 1 g, 5 g, 8 g and 10 g etc. The gold coins will be packed in a sealed cover with the certification from Valcambi, Switzerland. First they started with selected 102 Post Offices in Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu Circles. And they expanded the service later. Now they offer this service from around 700 post offices covering North East, Jammu &Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat etc.

This special offer is really interesting and beneficial offer to the investors. They will get 10.5 gram pure 14 carat gold coins in the value of 10 gram gold. No doubt the people of India accept this offer whole heartedly. This Offer is valid up to 31st December, 2010.

For more information and for the availability of this offer, please visit any head post office in your area.

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  2. I am in b'lore. How to know from which postoffice the above scheem is available.

    thanks
    Kamle Sreekanth
    9886445802

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