Aircel Intros Ramzan Special Gulf Calling Pack In Mumbai

By September 8th, 2010 AT 5:50 PM

AIRCEL is celebrating the holy month with its customers in Mumbai with a new offer each for ISD calls to Gulf countries.

With the ‘Gulf Pack’, Aircel prepaid customers can call the Gulf countries at Rs1.50 per 15 seconds. This is by far the most affordable plan for the Gulf region available in the Mumbai circle.

The Gulf Pack can be activated at a charge of Rs42. Tariff rate of Rs.1.50 per 15 Second (Per min cost will be Rs.6) is available for all Gulf countries including UAE, Saudi Arabia , Kuwait , Bahrain, Qatar and Yemen.

The above Gulf-Pack will be applicable on all tariff plans except FR99 and Saath-Saath Pack 77. The PPS customers will be charged on per min basis for these destinations, other calls will be charged as per base tariff.

The offer will be valid up to 10th Sept’10. For More information, you can call 121 or 97680-12345.

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ARJUN :
MR.KAUSHIK I’M FROM MUMBAI.

no u r telling lie….u r frm kolar, karnatka

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JEROLD :
If U Give This Plan in Plan in Bangalore it would be Useful,Try to Launch this Plan All Over India it Would be Useful ,

Yup! They Must have to concentrate more on Network One Admirable Fact is Aircel is Not Spending Unnecessarily on Ads Like Airtel This Shows What the Aircel

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