By April 13th, 2009 AT 2:21 PM

reliance-mobile-gsm1When a popular band composed the song Give Me a Call, and sang the lines You should just give me a call, they may not have had Reliance Communications in mind. Because the offer RCOM GSM is coming out with definitely explains why You should just give me a call — that too an STD one and for free!

The company has launched free STD calling facility at night for its GSM customers. Using the Recharge Voucher NCC650 of Rs 650 (offering full talk time of Rs 589), Reliance GSM customers will be able to call any Reliance phone anywhere in India completely Free of cost between 11.00 pm and 6.00 am. And that’s not all,If  you make STD call in day time than iits will be cahrged at just 75 paisa for all network. All other local calls at any time in the day, the subscriber would pay just 60 paisa per minute and Reliance call just at 15 paisa or 20 paisa as per existing prepaid plan of their circle.

Here is a look at its components:

  • Rehcharge Vouceher-NCC650
  • Cost: Rs.650
  • Talktime: Rs.589
  • Validity: 60 days (2 months)
  • ALL STD minutes of  Reliance to Reliance, calling in the Night(11pm to 6 am) FREE
  • All Other Network Night STD Call at 50 paisa
  • All Day Time STD call at 75 paisa to all network
  • Local  call & SMS charges as per existing prepaid plan

The plan has been launched for Reliance GSM customer from 13 April 09.

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is this night calling free from reliance gsm in maharashtra to reliance smart in Mp & Chattisgaryh..please let me know as soon as possible…


I want to knw which is better is network in kerela… is it reliance GSM or CDMA..???
Do tell about Delhi’s netwrk as well… thnx…

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