End of Era: Videocon Withdraws Unlimited GPRS Pack

By May 6th, 2011 AT 12:48 PM

Videocon Mobile Services who is pioneer in bringing damn-cheap Own-Net Special Tariff Vouchers, has withdrawn the True Unlimited GPRS Packs in all telecom circles. Recently company also put the FUP on some popular voice Voice STVs for Own Net and STD calls in all circles.

At a time of launch Videocon offered RCV 96 for Unlimited GPRS/ Mobile Internet till 30 days and got Maximum Number of Popularity. Now the operator have withdrawn its “True Unlimited GPRS” offer, not totally but putting FUP/CAP on them by following the same policy of its On-Net calling and STD packs.

Now GPRS Pack of Rs.5 comes with 35 MB Data Cap, Rs.13 for 500 MB, while Monthly pack of Rs.96 will provide Free Data Usage up to 6 GB only.

Videocon’s Revised GPRS Packs in Details :

MRP Free Data Usage Validity
Rs.5 35 MB 1 Day
Rs.13 500 MB 3 Days
Rs.96 6 GB 30 Days
Rs.251 15 GB 90 Days

Thanks to Saurabh Mendiratta!

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when videocon will come to goa?

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Videocon is excellant for low cost and high speed GPRS facilities when compared to other operators

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