BHARTI AIRTEL SLASHES GULF ISD RATES BY 18%

By June 25th, 2009 AT 10:22 PM

Airtel-vccBharti Airtel, India’s leading GSM operator, has slashed ISD call charges by 18% for its mobile & landline customers across the country. ISD calls to select Gulf countries have been reduced from current Rs 8.50/min to Rs 6.99/min.

In order to avail the reduced rates, one needs to purchase a “VCC” (Virtual Calling Card). This can be obtained from any AIRTEL retailer across the countryby recharging with RS 55 / 110 / 225 / 550 / 2200 or 299. Once recharged, the customer would receive the VCC PIN on his phone via SMS.

Calls to the following countries would get the benefit:
Qatar, UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain.

The new rates are already effective from 23 June 2009.

Note: these new tariffs would only apply to the customers using the RS 299 (EASY CHARGE) and RS 199 (PAPER COUPON) denominations.

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I m in bahrain my airtel no of dehradun is not working here. In my no only incoming is cuming outgoing is blocked so how to open it plz tell

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what is a isd call rate karnataka to abu dubai plz inform me 9663630074

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