Airtel CallHome launches Pay per Second plan for its US customers

Airtel Cuts In-Bound Call Rates To Gujarat,Maharashtra At 1.25 CentsBharti Airtel, India’s leading telecom service provider has launched their Pay Per Second tariff scheme for all its customers in US for calling their dear ones in India. Airtel will be the first to offer Pay per Second plans for the US to India calling card market.

Airtel CallHome has announced the launch of the Pay per Second plan for US to India calling. With this, Bharti Airtel becomes the first to offer Pay per Second plans for the US to India Calling Card market.

The $6.99 plan comes with an administration fee of $0.49, offering customers a tariff of just 0.03 cents/sec on the balance $6.50. The plan comes with a validity of 30 days.

The launch is in line with Airtel CallHome’s strategy of offering Best Value for US to India calling via innovative, breakthrough propositions such as “India One – One Cent Calling Plan to India” and “Mharo Plan – Offering Best Value for calling to Gujarat, Mumbai, Maharashtra and Rajasthan from the US”.

Ushering in a new paradigm in calling tariffs vis-a-vis conventional plans, this initiative empowers customers to pay only for the duration they talk. Providing enhanced value for money, the plan will enable families in the US to stay in touch with their loved ones in India, at the best available market tariffs for calls between the US and India.

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Saikat C
November 28, 2009 5:47 pm 5:47 PM

@Deep Sukhwani
Its like MeNoPause. Some companies will no longer remain fertile after MNP. :mrgreen:

November 28, 2009 5:22 pm 5:22 PM

@Deep Sukhwani
mobile number portiblity……..
change your service provider with same number

November 27, 2009 6:51 pm 6:51 PM

Yeah just now checked it…
Its awesome.. however fair usage policy always applies for unlimited plans..
but another thing to see is, to use this you need to have Broadband connection from some other carrier or ISP.
And not much people are really known to this as of now!