Aircel, one of the leading telecom operator in India, who is basically out of the scene for a while now has announced a new plan for the residents of UP (East). The new plan costs Rs. 348 and is applicable for only the next customers. And it offers benefits on par with incumbent telecom operators.
The FRC 348 special product will offer customers unlimited calls (local & STD) and 1GB of 3G data per day for 84 days. All Aircel customers with 2G, 3G or 4G handsets can avail this incredible offer and enjoy the best value voice and data proposition in the region.
Rajiv Gupta, Circle Business Head – UP (East), Aircel, said, “Aircel recognises the trend of customers becoming a multi-service user. Hence it becomes imperative for us to introduce fully loaded combo packs which are a solution to their evolving communication needs. FRC 348 is by far the best value proposition in the market as the offer is open for all customers with all types of handsets be it 2G, 3G or 4G.”
“This pack is specially designed considering the customers’ need for accessing high volumes of data to connect with their family members through video chatting seamlessly, social networking or streaming videos as well as making voice calls without worrying about their balance,” he added.
Aircel will soon be merging with Reliance Communications, but that isn’t stopping the company from introducing new plans. That said, Aircel is finally looking to compete with the rival telecom operators such as Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, and Idea Cellular.
Recently, the company introduced a new ‘Good Morning Pack,’ of just Rs. 3 for the Jammu & Kashmir users. Aircel customers will get 1GB of High-Speed 3G data from 7 AM to 9 AM by dialling *121*100#. This affordable data pack, specially designed for customers with 1GB of daily data usage, is available for just Rs. 3. Before this plan, Aircel introduced a plan of Rs. 785 for Tamil Nadu users which give 1GB data per day for 70 days.
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