Airtel Slams STD Rate With Hungama Plan

By October 18th, 2010 AT 4:11 PM

Airtel Slams STD Rate With Hungama PlanOn this festive season Airtel, India’s largest mobile operator brings a special offer for those make lot of STD calls.

Similar to Tata Indicom’s ‘Ulta plan’ Airtel introduces ‘STD Hungama plan’ in Kolkata, West Bengal and Orissa circles to offer STD calls at just 40 paisa per minute anywhere in India while local calls to be charged at 60paisa per minute.

Now STD calls are really getting cheaper than local calls as Airtel also joins this race.Airtel’s Hungama plan is priced most affordably at Rs 6 and comes with a validity of 15 days.This offer is available for both existing and new prepaid subscribers.

A comparative study of Indicom’s Ulta plan & Airtel’s Hungama plan

Airtel Hungama plan Tata Indicom’s Ulta plan
STV value Rs 6 Rs 26 or Rs 16 (varies circle to circle)
Validity 15 days 30 days
STD call rate 40p/min 30p/min for first 600 minutes
Local call rate 60p/min 50p/min
Available at Kolkata, WB and Orissa All circles

Inputs :Kaushik Roy

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I want to unlimited STD airtel to airtel 24*7hur


Anyway but if you are living in area where network is not an issue you can opt Virgin GSM which offers all calls @40p/min for 1year and 10p/min incoming.
Alternately, one can opt for Tata Indicom’s Ulta Plan which is very economical and Tata Indicom’s network is quite good..

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