Airtel (Kolkata & RoWB) Launches New Night On-Net Pack

By March 20th, 2010 AT 1:34 AM

Airtel (Kolkata & RoWB) Launches New Night On-Net PackAirtel country’s largest mobile operator has come up with a competitive onnet tariff packs for its customers in Kolkata.

Airtel seems to be ushering new offers every week in Kolkata and RoWB. Yet again they have launched a new offer all the Night birds can now talk freely with the new pack priced at Rs.56 offers a whooping 560 On-net minutes which can be used between 11pm-7am.

The pack can be recharged through E-recharge option and come with zero talktime. The free minutes is valid only A2A calls at night and  will be valid for 30 days.

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any idea about idea cellular on net pack , delhi,postpaid

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rahul raj :
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dear manoj,telcos use these strategies for effecient use of their network,take other examples of vodafone,rcom n bsnl etc,since between 11p.m.-7a.m. most of their capacity remains unutilised,and it is the youths who make use of these offers the most becoz as per me none of us sleep before 12,if the telcos start giving these offers in the day time,it will have great impact on their ARPU as well as network congestion will be common even during day

Ohhhhhhh…. i understand…
Thanks Rahul…

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