Idea Introduces Std And Local Calls At 50p In Kerala

By October 21st, 2009 AT 4:55 PM

Idea cellular  today announced the lowest tariff for mobile users Kerala offering all STD and Local calls and SMS rates at just 50 paisa per minute, on any mobile or landline network in India to avail the special tariff benefits, IDEA subscribers can recharge with the Mega Voucher priced at Rs. 105 with a validity of 1 year, and talk time of Rs 10.

This voucher will be available at all retail outlets and My IDEA showrooms, across Kerala.IDEA Cellular is the leading telecom service provider in Kerala in terms of both subscriber numbers and revenue market share and currently has 49 lakh subscribers.

Announcing the launch of new tariff voucher Mr. B. Ramakrishna, Chief Operating Officer – Kerala, IDEA Cellular, “The new tariff offering all calls and SMS at 50p is expected to drive usage of mobile telephony services as it blurs the line between local and STD, and mobile or landline networks. The new offer will enable IDEA subscribers across Kerala to call their near and dear ones across the country at low rates, and for longer duration of time. IDEA will continue to introduce affordable and innovative products and services to better serve their customers”.

 

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