RCom Launches GSM Services in Rajasthan

By January 10th, 2009 AT 11:34 AM

Reliance Communications launched GSM services in Rajasthan.The service would be available in over 1,450 and 10,000 villages in the state.The company also launched a Customer Experience Program for customers choosing GSM services.

The CEP plan offers up to 100% savings to Rs.300 Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) mobile customers in Rajasthan at a one-time subscription charge of Rs25, the company said.

“The CEP is in line with the company’s philosophy of making world-class telephone services accessible and affordable to the masses,” RCom regional head C S Rana said.The difference we are offering over earlier service providers is the superior quality of service which customers will acknowledge through the customer experience program.” he added.

The plan offers talk time worth Rs.900 on local calls and SMS to any network. Each subscriber will be given free talk time worth Rs.10 everyday for 90 days.Reliance claims that it had set up adequate number of towers across Rajasthan to provide high quality, congestion-free and zero call-drop GSM services.

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lucky indians….. we ppl can just dream of it 😀

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