Airtel Kolkata Offers Own-Net Calls at 30p/Min

By March 19th, 2010 AT 5:41 PM

Airtel, country’s largest mobile operator comes with competitive onnet tariff packs for its customers in Kolkata. Airtel’s new STVs offer local Airtel to Airtel calling (applicable for Airtel numbers in Kolkata, West Bengal and Sikkim ) at just 30 paisa /min any time of the day.

As competition heating up, Airtel has to response to onnet tariff reduction, and they did. Airtel’s two new special tariff vouchers are made at a cheap price of Rs.34 and Rs 78 respectively.

Airtel STV Rs.34 is offering Local Airtel to Airtel calling tariff 30 paisa per minute for a period of 60 days. and Rs.78 offering more value for money, as it is offering local Airtel to Airtel calling tariff 30 paisa per minute for a period of 365 days. Airtel currently also offering local call rate as low as 50 paisa/min including Airtel numbers, so new STV 34 and STV78 are good one from Airtel.

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What Is off net call

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IG :why Reliance d not have any good onnet ………

Reliance is offering onnet calls at 20 paise local for a STV of Rs 27 with one month validity and it is offering onnet calls at 20 paise STD for a STV of Rs 77 with one month validity

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