Idea Cellular Charging For Customer Care Calls In TamilNadu

By March 21st, 2010 AT 4:32 PM

Idea Cellular Tamilnadu Charges Customer Care CallIdea Customers in Chennai will be charged 50p/3minutes , starting today. Idea Cellular is the first operator in Chennai and Tamil Nadu, to charge its customers for the call.

A call made to Customer Care(12345) , will be free until the customer gets connected to a customer care executive. Further, the first 25 seconds would not be charged, after which the customer would be charged 50 Paisa for every 180 seconds.

Idea cellular Tamilnadu is one of the newest operators in the Chennai and the Tamil Nadu circle.Other private operators such as Airtel, Vodafone and Aircel, who have a huge customer base in this circle have not started charging their customers, yet.

This has been implemented since 21st March and would be applicable for all Idea Cellular Customers in TN.

Inputs -Krishna Murari-Chennai

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In chennai, idea offers with a recharge of rs.14 all local mobiles at 30p/min with 90 days validity.

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if u make 30 calls/month to cc, u ll b charged 15, i u even dont have 15 bucks a month to spend throw ur mobile away,, all poor chaps now hav a mobile

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