Etisalat Will Say Cheers To Mumbai In December This Year

Etisalat Will Say Cheers To Mumbai In December This YearIt seems that Cheers Mobile has pressed the panic button and is now pressing hard for launching its services across its licensed areas.

If we take the case of Mumbai alone, Cheers Mobile is working hard to place core network as well as sales part in place and is scheduled to kick start it is GSM Services in Mumbai by December this year.

Recently reports were on that it would merge its services with either Reliance Communications or with Idea Cellular Ltd. But due to several reasons including valuations, the deal didn’t succeed.

Our close source in Cheers Mobile confirmed the same and this said on a condition of anonymity that, “Currently a monthly target for acquiring customers has been set and it is 15,000 customers or 500 customers per day and if everything goes on track we will be flagging off our services this December in Mumbai”. Currently the sim cards are available with almost 40% Mobile retailers in Mumbai and soon it will be increasing.

Cheers Mobile Sim card is available for Rs. 49 and the First Recharge amount is Rs.101 which gives you a talktime of Rs.91 with an attractive tariff for 365 days. With FRC 101, all local Off-net calls will be charged at just 30paise/minute, on-net Local calls will be charged at flat 10paise/minute whereas all STD calls will be charged at flat 60paise/minute.

For More details, you can contact freely on 09588000121 (Customer Care) or alternatively you can also contact Abhay Panchal (Nodal Officer) on 09588044768 if you are having any sort of problems.

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ARS
December 11, 2010 6:13 pm 6:13 PM

telecomtalk. pl add 3G-USB Modem as spl category.

ARJUN CHANDRASHEKAR
December 4, 2010 7:52 am 7:52 AM

@TUFAN CHATTERJEE
THANX TOOFAN I WAS IN A WORRY THAT THIS ETISALAT WILL STARTS IT’S GSM SERVICE SO GOD SAVED INDIA FROM A DISASTER

TUFAN CHATTERJEE
December 4, 2010 2:18 am 2:18 AM
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