Aircel Customers in Kolkata Can Recharge With a Rs 348 Plan for Unlimited Voice Calls, 1GB 3G/2G Data for 84 Days

By November 21st, 2017 AT 4:57 PM

Aircel today officially announced some of its latest offerings in the Kolkata circle. Aircel has listed the plans for new users, and existing users separately and even said that Kolkata is one of the focus markets for the operator. The operator also confirmed to offer the best value propositions for the masses in the region.

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Firstly, we have three new plans for new subscribers who’re looking to join Aircel. The plans are FRC 93, FRC 175, and FRC 349. All the three plans are combo plans, offering both voice and data benefits. The FRC 93 offers a talk time of Rs. 70, local & STD calls at 20 paise/min, 250MB data, and 50 local & STD SMS. All these benefits are valid for 365 days.

Second in the list is the FRC 175 plan, which offers unlimited all mobile calls (local+STD), 1GB 3G/2G data per day, and 100 local & national SMS per day. This plan is valid for 30 days. The FRC 349 gives the same benefits as the FRC 175 plan, but the validity is increased to 84 days.

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Next up, we have three plans for existing Aircel subscribers in Kolkata circle. The Rs 94 plan, Rs 143 plan, and the Rs 348 plan. Talking about the Rs 94 plan first, it offers all local & STD mobile calls at 20 paise/min and 1400 local+national SMS with a validity of 365 days.

The Rs 143 plan gives unlimited local & STD calls, 2GB 3G/2G data, and 100 SMS per day. This plan is valid for 28 days from the date of recharge. Then we have the Rs 348 plan, which is the best one on this list as it offers unlimited local+ STD calls, 1GB 3G/2G data per day for 84 days. Sadly, the voice calls are limited to just 300 minutes per day and 1200 minutes per week with the Rs 143 and Rs 348 plans.

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“We continue to evolve creating and offering the best value propositions for our subscribers. We are committed to this and pride ourselves in offering the people of Kolkata not only pocket-friendly services but also giving them the opportunity to become digital citizens with some of the best Data propositions. We want the people of Kolkata to experience the vast and exciting world of the internet, and we want to be the catalyst to this. My colleagues and I thrive on this trust bestowed upon us by the people and have built it into our DNA to continue offering the best in class services to the people”, said Amitabh Akhouri, Circle Business Head, Aircel- Kolkata.

Aircel did not reveal when it’s going to launch these plans in other circles. As per our readers, Aircel has similar plans in Tamil Nadu region. A Rs 499 plan from Aircel in Tamil Nadu gives unlimited voice calls with FUP cap, 1GB data per day, and 100 SMS per day. It comes with a validity of 84 days.

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Nice post it is really helpfull for me because I am associated with msgclub as a business development executive and for my professional I like to know more about bulk sms technology And i appreciate this type of post please keep updating

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I hv recharge it only 199 few days ago (348 offer). Call ok but data …………………….

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