Aircel Launches RC96, Free Five Lakh Seconds For One Year

By December 28th, 2009 AT 4:40 PM

AIRCEL the 5th largest GSM mobile service provider initiated a radical move on OwnNet callings by making Aircel to Aircel Calls and SMS’s more affordable to all prepaid mobile customers in Mumbai and Maharashtra-Goa telecom circles. Aircel customers in Mumbai and Rest of Maharashtra-Goa circles can avail 5 Lakh Seconds (Aircel to Aircel) FREE and 7200 local Own Net SMS for one year by Recharging with RC96.

According the operator to avail the offer subscriber needs to recahrge with RC96 which cost Rs.96 after recharging, Aircel prepaid subscribers will get 41,700 seconds (695 minutes) every month. The “Monthly Free A2A Seconds” will be credited in their prepaid account balance, subscribers also entitled to get 600 local SMS (Aircel to Aircel) per month with this plan. Any unused minutes & SMS for the month will lapse.The Calls and SMS charges beyond free seconds and other than Aircel will be charged at customers main tariff plan and this Voucher tariff will be applicable in Home circles only.

AIRCEL RC96 IN DETAILS:

MRPTalk TimeValidityBenefits
Rs.96Zero365 Days5 lakh Local Aircel to Aircel seconds and 7200 Local Aircel to Aircel SMS.

Note-: 5 Lakh seconds & 7200 SMS will be given over a period of 12 months, divided equally. This amounts to 41700 seconds (695 minutes) & 600 SMS per month for 12 months. Any unused minutes & SMS for the month will lapse.

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