Reliance Launches ZERO PLAN – EMI Schemes for Nokia Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320 Windows Phone with Unlimited Call, SMS & 3G data

Reliance Communications (Rcom) today launched ZERO Plan – EMI scheme for  Nokia Lumia 1520 and Nokia Lumia 1320 ( Nokia’s flagship windows smart-phones) wherein customer can buy these phones with Zero Down Payment with true Unlimited Call, SMS and 3G data usage.

Reliance Zero Plan Nokia Lumia 1320 and Nokia Lumia 1520

Earlier Rcom launched similar schemes for Apple iPhone 5S, iPhone 5S and the iPhone 4S in India as earlier we shared on TelecomTalk.

Reliance Communications (Rcom) has announced three new offers, Rs. 2,199 per month for the Nokia Lumia 1320 for 24 months contract and Rs 3349 per month for the Nokia Lumia 1520 with a 24 month contract. This include the handset cost, Unlimited local and STD calls to any network, SMS’, National Roaming and 3G data usage.

The company also launched one more Zero Plan with 12 months contract for Nokia Lumai 1320 at EMI of Rs.3152, along with true Unlimited Free Calls, SMS, National Roaming and 3G Data plan offer.

Plan Nokia Lumia 1320 (24 months) Nokia Lumia 1520 (24 months) Nokia Lumia1320 (12 months)
Monthly Fee (EMI) Rs.2199 Rs.3349 Rs.3152
Down Payment (Rs.) Zero Zero Zero
Voice Minutes (Local &STD) across all networks) Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
SMS (Local & STD)across all networks Unlimited* Unlimited* Unlimited*
3G and 2G Data Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited

Reliance Communications (Rcom) said that Nokia Lumia 1520 and Nokia Lumia 1320 customers in the offers will not receive any usage bill for 24 months or 12 months, as the monthly payments include all usage charges for Calls, SMS and Data. All you need to pay is the charges of international calls and international roaming charges.

*As per TRAI’s guidelines SMS usage is restricted to 3,000 SMS per month, but Voice calls and 3G data is unlimited.


Both 24 Months and 12 Months EMI offer with Zero Plan will be available on select credit cards only, same as its existing iPhone schemes.

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  • rg March 5, 2014 6:37 pm

    MOTO G CDMA for reliance is available on ebay at 10k..better to go for Moto g with world class network of Reliance Cdma

  • SS March 5, 2014 5:33 pm

    Even though offer looks good but reviews from Iphone Zero plan users isn’t satisfactory. They are complaining of snail like slow 3G. So people here be cautious as this company is known for its fraud activities are pathetic GSM coverage.

  • Ranajit March 5, 2014 3:45 pm

    Reliance GSM is the most 3rd class Service Provider & considers all Customers to be suckers & fools that can be looted by them through unfair means.
    Big Brother Reliance Jio will do the same in 4G.

  • pradeep March 5, 2014 11:54 am

    3g Reliance is not available in Tamilnadu
    if so…
    damp sure i would have grab one… :(

  • P C Bhanja March 5, 2014 11:49 am

    Most of the telecom operators steal customers’ money from the back end (mostly by back end VAS activation, though now it has been reduced to great extent after TRAI’s stricture). And, RCom is a leader in that. After launch of this offer, we need to see if those Lumia models are priced more than MOP and, whether they are operator locked. Customers must check all fine writings before deciding to go for these offers.

  • shahid March 5, 2014 9:20 am

    wowwww !! Every thing unlimited. only reliance can so. great offer. Had it been an android device. i would hv definitly gone for it.

  • Rama March 5, 2014 12:55 am

    I know that reliance is a thief but how can they possibly do any kind of robbery from a truly unlimited plan at a fixed rate.The plan is a waste in south india where reliance has no 3g license but still its good to see atleast some operator trying to replicate a u.s like contract system in india.

    • Shuvam March 5, 2014 3:36 pm

      But ask me, about the condition of reliance 3G here in West Bengal. It would never connect when you need it. And if it does too, speed is a so disappointing. I get 3G speed of 12.5 Mbps from Vodafone here but when it comes to Reliance, it is mere 0.60 Mbps or around. Reliance is known for Call Drops, poor customer care, theft of balance and etc. Its moreover considered as a cheap and outdated network and used mostly by money concious people ready to suffer quality of service issues. Not recommended for high end smart phone users who would require high quality network with out downtime and real 3G speed

    • Esmail March 5, 2014 6:16 pm

      If the selling point for you is the all unlimited offering, then you can get that without buying the phone with zero plan as well, coz if u calculate the current market price of lumia 1520 it’s rs.43000 divide it by 24 and it comes up to 1791 and subtract this from Rs.3349 and you get Rs.1558 which is the net price you are paying to get unlimited calling, texting and 3G data. Reliance is offering this same benefit on 1499+tax plan for postpaid subscribers valid even in roaming.

      • Rama March 5, 2014 7:19 pm

        3G without any FUP

        • Esmail March 5, 2014 10:13 pm

          Yes the 1499 plan has truly unlimited 3G data usage without FUP, the 1299 plan has a 5GB FUP.

          • Esmail March 5, 2014 10:28 pm

            Sorry, I went by the incomplete info on the Rcom website, cross checked elsewhere, 1299 gives 5GB FUP 2G and 1499 gives 5GB FUP 3G. Any idea if the unlimited 3G data in the zero plan is valid for tethering?

            • Rama March 6, 2014 6:39 am

              I probably guess it is,infact for the iphone 5S zero plan,Sanjay Bafna had said that the sim card can be removed and used with any kind of an unlocked modem so I think thats gonna be applicable for Lumia 1520 as well and may be tethering might be possible as well.The Lumia 1520 plan from reliance is not attratctive but when I did the math for the iphone 5S plan,after paying all the EMIs,a user would end up paying just 700-850/month for unlimited call,text and data.

            • SS March 6, 2014 10:48 am

              No i am 95% sure about it. Nearly all operators of the world do not allow tethering on truly UL 3G. for Example:- T Mobile USA has a plan of $70 which allows you to make UL calls, texts, data on high speed network (they call it that way- i guess its 4G) and 2.5 GB for tethering. So limit applies. They do it to prevent commercial usage of the plan.

              One thing i notice some of the VOIP are using Tata Docomo truly UL Call, SMS pack like, earlier call would come from a unknown number diplaying Calling- “Unknown number” or “No CLIP” (on BSNL) and +202 (on airtel) now it comes from a docomo Andhra Pradesh network.