RCOM Launches New Plans for Hello Fixed Wireless Phone Customers

Reliance Communications has launched an array of unique packs for its pre-paid as well as post-paid CDMA Fixed Wireless Phone (FWP) subscribers on Pan-India basis. Following the success of the Simply Reliance tariffs offered on Reliance Mobile (GSM and CDMA), these tariff offers are now being extended to Reliance Communications’ Hello FWP CDMA customers as well.

Reliance Mobile took the lead in unveiling India’s most affordable tariff plan SIMPLY RELIANCE at a uniform rate of 50p/min for Local, STD and Roaming calls followed by uniform calling rates of Re. 1 / call for 3 minutes. These unique offerings are now extended to Reliance FWP customers across 2 tariff modes – Pay Per Minute (@50p/min) and Pay Per Call (@Re. 1/3mins).

The offers include 2 First Recharge Coupons priced at Rs. 9/- and Rs. 10/- for new subscribers offering call plans of “Pay per Call” (Re. 1 per 3 min) and “Pay per minute” (0.50/min) with a daily debit of Re.1/day, which is given back to the customer in the form of daily free minutes. Existing customers can also avail the same option at Rs. 38/- & Rs. 48/-

Reliance Communications has come out with 3 exciting plans for its postpaid customers also. Simple 199 plan offers all calls @ 50p/min with a free usage of Rs. 149/-. The other 2 Plans – Simple PPC 299 Plan & Simple 399 Plan are full value plans where the subscriber gets free usage equal to the monthly rental with call rates of Re.1/3 mins & 50p/min respectively.

This product adds an exciting variety to the wide bouquet of offerings to Reliance Hello FWP portfolio.

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May 21, 2010 3:00 pm 3:00 PM

is this plan works in roaming…….means if a delhi customer goes to maharashtra than what will be the calling charge if s/he is calling to delhi reliance and other network…..

Suchisuvra Sen
February 28, 2010 8:22 pm 8:22 PM

Say something about TATA WALKY, compare it with Hello.

February 28, 2010 8:12 pm 8:12 PM

When compared to TATA INDICOM’s pay per call , Reliance Tariff is nothing…..