Gurgaon, India (PressExposure) March 16, 2011 -- kleeto, one of the pioneers in the paper management arena has unleashed a new limited period trial offer called 'kleeto Experience' to expand its portfolio and reach out to its target audience comprising of young urban professionals in the age group of 25-45. To sign up for the 'kleeto Experience' users can visit: [https://www.kleeto.in/Packages_and_SignUp] and register for the service.
By availing this unique service users can save all their important documents like passports, ID cards, warranty cards, merit certificates in both physical and online formats. If they want to pick-up/retrieve their documents they can simply call up the helpline number 0124-4967700 and ask for pick-up/retrieval of documents.
Users have the option to either pay up the amount online or pay offline by cheque. Upon confirmation of payment, the 'kleeto Experience' service will be activated and users can store up to 100 documents in physical form and avail digital storage of up to 500 documents. They can also request for pick-up of documents for a maximum of 12 times during the three month period for a nominal fees of just INR200 only. Users who wish to continue their subscription can choose either from 'kleeto-Base' or 'kleeto -Premium' packages that offer higher storage facilities for a longer duration.
One of the benefits of kleeto's unique service offering is that it keeps in mind the needs of professionals who are always on the move and require such a service that can free them from the hassle of safe-guarding their life-saving documents each time they move out to another city.
Commenting upon the launch of the service, Mr. Sunil Mahajan, co-founder and CEO, NextGen Paper Solutions Pvt. Ltd, said, "kleeto Experience - is aimed at extending the reach of the kleeto brand amongst a wider cross-section of its audience. This will help people who are hesitant to commit one year of subscription to service, to first experience it and then subscribe to full service pack.
This new package is sure to initiate high conversions given the low-price point of INR200 that has already generated a lot of interest amongst users. The decision to go down the price gradient for a limited period was a conscious one as it is expected to break a psychological barrier and tempt consumers to try out the service for a change. It will also helps us to take consumers on board for three months and let them experience the enormous convenience and benefits of this incredible service."