Airtel launches new voice products in Himachal Pradesh

By October 24th, 2015 AT 4:28 PM

Bharti Airtel, the largest operator in India, has now introduced some new voice packs for their prepaid subscribers in Himachal Pradesh.

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Three new packs include a minute local-calling rate-cutter and two second-based plans. These plans come with a validity of 28 days, and are priced at Rs. 85, Rs. 122, and Rs. 247.

Type Price Benefits Validity
Local & STD Rate cutter Rs 85 All Local & STD calls @ 1p/2sec
  • 28 Days
On net Local Rate cutter Rs 122 All Airtel calls @ 1.2p/4sec
Second Based  Pack Rs 247 27000 Local Seconds
Packs only for Airtel Prepaid Users in Himachal Pradesh.

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With these packs, Airtel is trying to counter Aircel’s cheap rate-cutters and voice products in that region. Cheap rate-cutters and voice products helped Aircel in grabbing more users in the past few months. Last month, Aircel bagged almost double the subscribers compared to Airtel.

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Has it now come down to Airtel vs Aircel , Vodafone and idea must be laughing.

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crap joke by airtel . In rs.247 u must have got atleast 2/3g 1 GB data +seconds as mention in article . That’s what Avido doing wrongly

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