Buy HCL laptops or Home PCs from Zyxware and get BSNL broadband connection for Rs. 200 with free modem
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Buy an HCL Ezeebee home PC from Zyxware and get high speed BSNL Broadband 1GB connection just for Rs. 200 instead of Rs. 250 and get the modem for free. This offer is valid till stocks last. The free modem is available only with HCL Desktops.

Also, buy an HCL laptop from Zyxware and get BSNL Broadband 1GB connection for just Rs. 200. Free modem offer is not valid for laptops.

For the latest range of HCL Ezeebee series of Home PC's available with Zyxware, please click here. Feel free to contact us for more information.

Our address:
Zyxware Technologies
3/118, Kesavadasapuram,
Pattom P.O,
Trivandrum - 695004,
Kerala, India.

Ph: +91-471-243-7711
Mob: +91-944-606-9446

Email: info@zyxware.com
Website: www.zyxware.com

*Conditions apply. When you buy HCL home PC from Zyxware, modem is free, while you have to pay for the modem for HCL Leaptops.


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