Rcom introduces ‘DoubleScoop’ Plans for new prepaid users offers full talktime and Free Data

By October 6th, 2016 AT 1:23 PM

Reliance Communications, today announced the launch of attractive propositions for its existing and new pre-paid customers, in line with its continued strategy to offer best value to its customers during the upcoming festive season.


Existing RCOM customers in Delhi & NCR can recharge with the ‘NonStop Plan’ and enjoy 1,000 local & STD minutes, along with unlimited calls to any Reliance number anywhere in India. Customer can dial USSD *129# to know the validity of their plan.

RCOM has also announced exciting offers for new pre-paid customers joining the Reliance network with a new SIM as a Welcome Offer. Customers will enjoy full talktime, free data and a special calling rate of just 25 paise per minute with the ‘DoubleScoop Plan’. The 2G DoubleScoop Plan in Delhi & NCR starts from a 2141 recharge which gives 2141 talktime and 5 GB of data usage, along with 25 paise per minute call rates for a period of 3 months.

Further, 3G plans start from a 2295 recharge which gives 2295 in talktime and 3GB of 3G data usage, along with a 25 paise per minute calling rate for 3 months. The DoubleScoop 2496 Plan on 3G offers 2496 in talktime and 10GB of data usage, along with 25 paise per minute calling rates for 3 months. Since the talktime being given is equal to the MRP, it is akin to a money-back plan and the benefits are virtually free. Customer can also do repeat recharges on the DoubleScoop Plan.

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Krishna Ryali
Krishna Ryali

rcom’s 4G upgrade fraud will surely affect it’s other businesses as well. Just around the 4G upgrade i was planning to buy insurance policy with a premium of Rs.50000. After the 4G fraud, i decided to go against it. This company doesn’t have any ethics and no one can go say anything against it. Apart from the 4G users no one in the country raised voice against it. Buying products or services from any of the group companies is suicidal

Krishna Ryali
Krishna Ryali

i want to know if anyone still using rcom 4G? After cheating all it’s cdma customers with fraud promises, is anyone still using it?

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