By September 2nd, 2009 AT 12:58 PM

AIRCEL LAUNCHES TALK MORE SAVE MORE,LOCAL CALL AS LOW AS 25PAfter the national launch of it’s 1-2-3 STD plan,  Aircel has now gone one step further and today announced the launch of new 1-2-3 minutes prepaid plan for local calling for its GSM customers in Mumbai circle.

The new Local 1-2-3 minutes plan dubbed as “Talk More Save More” wherein subscribers will be charged 75 paisa for 1st minute of local call, 2nd minute call costs 50paisa and from the third minute onwards the local call will be charged at 25 paisa per min to any network across Mumbai telecom circle.

Existing Aircel prepaid customers can avail this

tariff benefit with a recharge of Rs 21.

The STD call will be charges at 75 paisa per minute plan to lower STD calling with the recharge of RC 21. With this launch Aircel has gone one step further, giving tariff competition to its rival GSM operators in the local calling tariff segment.

For more details call Aircel Customer Care: 97680 12345 or 121 from Aircel mobile.

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I want lifetime this prepaid charges not only one month also STD call. if you have any scheme please call me on 9320749725


this 21rs voucher gives flat 0.75p/min STD call rate for 1 month not the 123 STD plan plz mention this as well half information is incorrect

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