RCom Introduces ‘Simply Reliance’ Tariff on Fixed Wireless Phone

In a bid to revamp its Fixed Line business strategy, Reliance Communications expands its most popular “Simply Reliance” tariff plans to the fixed wireless platform Reliance Hello.The operator announced the launch of two new flexible plans dubbed as Pay Per Call and All@50 for its Fixed Wireless customers in Tamilnadu telecom circle.

Now Reliance Hello service users can enjoy all Local and STD calls at Rs.1 for a three minute pulse under Pay Per call plan and with Pay Per Minute-All@50 tariff plan, Subscriber can make all Local and STD calls just at 50 paisa per minute to any network across India.

To avail the benefits of “Simply Reliance” Plans, existing Hello subscribers needs to recharge of Rs.38 for pay per call and Rs.48 for Pay Per Minute-All@50 plan. Both Recharges comes with one year tariff validity.

Speaking on launch of new plans Mr Ajay Awasthi, Reliance Communications, CEO (Tamil Nadu cirlce) said “The attractive tariffs will enable family members at home make calls anywhere in India without worrying about excess bills”

This Article Was Written By: Sanjay Bafna

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  • bhupendra July 23, 2010 5:25 pm, 5:25 PM

    Is relience stv 77rc available in mp?

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  • siddhant February 16, 2010 10:51 am, 10:51 AM

    come back with 440 unlimited on net pack.

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  • rajiev February 16, 2010 8:44 am, 8:44 AM

    why not i m reliance user.

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  • Prasath J February 15, 2010 11:28 pm, 11:28 PM

    They should bring the PayPerSecond plan too now…

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  • Sanjay Bafna February 15, 2010 6:45 pm, 6:45 PM

    Sankar :

    Dear Sanjay Bafna,
    As far as my knowledge this plan has been launched all over India. Please kindly recheck your source of information.

    Dear Sankar Narayanan,Before publishing any news we always check the information so no need to check it again.Our news is as per operators announcement.
    It may possible that the above plans will be applicable for Pan India.
    Thanks

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  • Sankar February 15, 2010 6:27 pm, 6:27 PM

    Dear Sanjay Bafna,
    As far as my knowledge this plan has been launched all over India. Please kindly recheck your source of information.

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  • Sonu Gupta February 15, 2010 1:53 pm, 1:53 PM

    @Ankur Jain
    Dear as per my knowledge, it’s for FWP wherein FWP stands for Fixed Wireless Phone or Hello. So it you are using FWP phone in the Tamilnadu region you can opt for this plan and enjoy the benifits.

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  • Ankur Jain February 15, 2010 11:40 am, 11:40 AM

    wen they launch pay per second plan in FWP.any know that

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