Aircel Expands Jodi Pack to Odisha Providing Unlimited Calling Between Two Numbers

Aircel, one of the leading telecommunications operator in the country in its commitment to offer customers with best value products has expanded its ‘Jodi pack’ to Odisha. This new plan from Aircel will offer free unlimited calling between Jodi numbers, lowest tariffs, data benefits along with the continued validity of 365 days. To recall, Aircel Jodi plan was first announced back in September 2016. 


Aircel says that the Jodi plan is for new customers who want to enjoy the best calling rates and to stay connected all time at lowest prices possible and the plan costs Rs. 57. Under the scheme, customers will enjoy unlimited free calls between the two ‘Jodi’ numbers for 90 days.

After the validity of 90 days, from the 91st day to 365 days, the lowest tariffs of 1p/sec will be charged for the daily first 60 seconds and rest of the day will be free. Similarly, Local and STD calls will be charged at 1paise/2sec for first 90 days.

In addition to the low tariffs for calling, customers will also get talk time of Rs. 30 which will be valid for 60 days. Alongside the voice calling benefits, customers will also get data benefits. Each of the Jodi customers will get 250MB of 3G/2G data for two months with a validity of 30 days.

Venkatesan J, Circle Business Head – Odisha, Aircel, said, “Aircel has always laid focus on catering to the consumer needs offering value for money products and services. Jodi Pack has been carefully designed keeping in mind the value conscious user in Odisha. Jodi pack is a unique offering of unlimited Aircel voice calls and inimitable 3G/2G data which will empower our customers to be seamlessly connected with family and friends 24×7. ”


“This pack is ideal for family and friends who want to stay connected the whole day. Also with this pack customers gets own two mobile numbers in the same sequence.We believe that this product will not only provide customers unmatched value but establish Aircel as a preferred brand for them,” he further added.

Aircel’s Jodi plan is unique in its way, while Airtel is also offering similar benefits as My Family scheme, but it’s for postpaid customers. Aircel’s plan is for new prepaid customers of Odisha.

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What ever aircel, airtel, Vodafone, Idea do are foolish with hidden tariff agenda that too with data tariffs.


They will go off soon


I am kinda surprised that RCom and Aircel have both announced plans with benefits for 1 year, when the merger is looming within months. Do they intend to go through FY18 as two separate companies?

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