RCom Launches a Special Ramadan Plan of Rs. 786 Offering 1GB 4G Data for 180 Days

Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications has rolled out a new tariff plan on the occasion of festival Ramadan. The firm has come up with an insane plan of Rs. 786 which provides both voice calling and mobile data benefits. A retailer has shared the plan launch info with us.

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The company has rolled out the plan officially, and customers can recharge the plan between May 27, 2017, to July 23, 2017. RCom says that the offer is a limited period one and customers should enrol in it at the earliest. The all new Rs. 786 plan is for every RCom user- both old and new users are eligible to recharge the newly unveiled plan do check with Customer Care before opting the plan and see if plan is valid in your circle or not.

Coming to the benefits provided by the plan, it gives 1GB of 4G data per day for 180 days. However, RCom has informed the retailers that the free data depends on the customer’s handset. For example, if the customer is using a 4G handset, he’ll get 1GB data per day. And for the 2G/3G handset users, they will get less data, but the company did not mention how much data will they receive.

RCom Ramadan Plan 2017    Confirm with Customer Care before opting
MRP 786
Talktime Nil
Data 1GB 4G Data Per Day With 4G Handset

Differs for 2G/3G Handset Users for 180 Days

Voice Calls Benefits 1 Paise/Second for 90 Days
Offer Validity From May 27, 2017 to July 23, 2017

Moreover, the plan also gives voice calling benefits. All the voice calls will be charged at 1 paise/second for 90 days. That said, it the user recharge with a rate cutter for additional voice call benefits, this plan will be replaced with the newly opted plan. “All rate cutters will work if the customer opts for further voice benefits like on net free, low STD calling, etc”, says RCom. This new plan of RCom is valid on the pan-India basis.

Earlier this month, RCom launched few new plans for the new users who join the network. The plans were FRC 148, FRC 54, and FRC 61. All the three plans provide the same voice and mobile data benefits. For example, the FRC 148 plan is giving 1GB data per day and 25 paise/minute charges for voice calls for ten weeks (70 days).

Note: This plan is valid in Goa & Maharastra
Inputs: Steven Dsouza – Goa

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72 Comments on "RCom Launches a Special Ramadan Plan of Rs. 786 Offering 1GB 4G Data for 180 Days"

 

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Adithya Vardhan
May 30, 2017 11:27 am 11:27 AM
I have recharged my existing Rcom 4G sim with RC 94 which gives 1 GB per day. The speed is same as jio. No difference. Whatever speeds i am getting in jio the same i am getting in Rcom. The only problem is that you can’t use STOP 1925 with Rcom. If you do that your overall data connectivity will be disconnected. You need to put your data services in START mode to use 4G data. After the usage of 4G data then all your balance will be used for data. My Rs. 40 main balance vanished because of this.… Read more »
Souvik
May 30, 2017 11:59 am 11:59 AM

Enjoy the flavour of rcom.

Kaushik
May 29, 2017 7:48 pm 7:48 PM

Just a small reminder for paid agents like souvik and DUANE who question the “profile” of people using RCom, Aircel, or some such: Sudhakar can afford Kuwait trips, I am an IITian. My “profile” is amongst the most unique in this nation, without giving too many details.

So my advice is to eat your own hat before commenting on others. TT, do not censor this post as I have seen some bad people doing personal attacks on others a lot.

Jio lover
May 30, 2017 6:46 am 6:46 AM

Gr8 kaushik.. i m wid u..

Souvik
May 30, 2017 2:52 am 2:52 AM

Hey, I was not interested in your profile. I asked because you said “You dont know who you’re talking to Mr paid agent.

Kaushik
May 30, 2017 7:34 am 7:34 AM

Trust you will control your words and actions starting this moment. It reflects badly on you and those who you support when you do such things.

Souvik
May 30, 2017 11:23 am 11:23 AM

Still I will stick to my opinion. rcom is the worst network in India and probably in the world in terms of service quality and work ethics.

Kaushik
May 30, 2017 4:45 pm 4:45 PM

That would be airtel, thanks.

Mahi
May 30, 2017 1:05 am 1:05 AM

I have been called a British “s” just for mentioning that I am getting good speeds on Vodafone and that I’m leaving Jio as they give very low speeds, around 50-200 Kbps.

Personal attacks are common, best ignored.

NAWAZ RCOM Narsapur Telangana
May 28, 2017 11:20 pm 11:20 PM

Customer Care se to
Bahtar Rahega ke,
Aap Nardik ke
Reliance Store ya
Distributor Store
me kam Speed ke bareme Complaint kiJiye..

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