IDEA Cellular Launches Daily Packs at Rs.5

By September 18th, 2010 AT 12:10 PM

IDEA Cellular, the pan-India mobile operator with over 68 million subscribers nationally, has introduced most economical special tariff offer dubbed as “IDEA Daily Decrement” priced at Rs 5, the lowest cost denomination offer with various benefits over prepaid mobile telephony.

Presently Idea’s Daily Packs are launched in Delhi-NCR telecom circle which  enables its prepaid customers to choose from an array of services such as IDEA to IDEA calling at reduced rate, Night Calling, Free Local/STD minutes and SMS at extremely attractive rates.

It gives the customers the flexibility to opt for specific or need based benefits in tune with their daily usage patterns.

To avail the range of daily packs IDEA prepaid Subscriber can simply dial Dial *369# and choose any one or multiple packs you need from a menu of attractive offers. Rs 5 will be deducted from main balance and the benefit validity.

Daily Packs / Benefits To Avail Dial Cost of Pack
11 Local/STD Minutes

(Valid for One day)

*369# Rs.5
60 Local IDEA Night Minutes (11 PM to 8 AM)

(Valid for 2 Days)

*369# Rs.5
125 Local/National SMS *369# Rs.5

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Copy of docomo. . . 😉


No gprs plan @ 5.
Uninor and docomo r best.
Gprs @idea in mp
@98 with daily 70mb.
Gprs @uninor
@98 with 6gb usage.

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