Idea Woos College Students with its ‘Campus Card’

By July 22nd, 2013 AT 3:05 PM

After Vodafone and Aircel, it is now Idea Cellular, India’s 3rd largest telecom service provider that pleases young audience with its discounted voice and data plans. The company has today launched a new ‘Campus Card’ catering to the needs of college students in Delhi & NCR.

Idea Cellular Campus Pack

Idea Campus Card is available for Rs 79 and carries a talk time of Rs 30 that will offer benefits of 400 MB data along with 100 local or national SMSes. Also, users can enjoy local Idea calls at 30 paisa a minute, and other calls (local or STD) at 40 paisa a minute, all for a period of 1 month.

Recently Idea introduced free Facebook Messenger for its subscribers valid for first 3 months. The free service can be used by downloading the application from Play store and will be available for activation until July 31st, 2013.

Chhavi is a social media enthusiast and telecom technologies admirer. Based out of New Delhi, she is a corporate communication and marketing professional by day and writer by night. If she is not busy with Telecom, you can find her reading management books.

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kalpesh
kalpesh

useless plan.
Validity should be minimum 1 year.and calling to special numbers should be 20 paise.
Vodafone campus pack was d best which can be renewed with just 47 rupees for 1year but now its 6 months

rajiev
rajiev

no 3g license in delhi, and no tata docomo gsm in delhi

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