Aircel Launches World Calling Cards

By May 16th, 2011 AT 1:32 AM

Aircel Launches World Calling CardsAircel has recently launched the World Calling Cards with attractive tariffs for its subscribers who intend to be in touch with their dear ones frequently.

One can easily communicate with each other at very minimal cost if he or she owns World Calling Cards offered by AIRCEL.

Aircel World Calling Cards is appreciable for both prepaid and postpaid subscribers and comes with 3 denomination of Rs. 50, Rs. 150 and Rs. 250 with the validity of 15, 30 and 60 days respectively.

Aircel also claims that subscribers can save up to 85% on ISD calls from their prepaid and postpaid mobile phones.

It is the only operator which comes up with prepaid options where security deposit is not required to make ISD calls. Low end users who have relatives in Middle-east South India to Middle-eastern countries and from North India to USA, Canada, Australia, Philippines, Bangladesh , Kuwait, UAE can use WCC to save nearly 85% on ISD calls.

On this context Mr. Vikas Kakwani, Circle Business Head (CBH), Aircel Odisha says-“ Aircel Long Distance Calling Card provides most competitive ISD tariff across operators to our prepaid as well as postpaid customers”.

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i want to know about aircel calling card from rajasthan to new zealand

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is there any calling cards for kuwait

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