RCOM Launches R-Club On Both CDMA & GSM Platforms

By March 9th, 2010 AT 9:15 PM

Reliance Communications, India’s 2nd Largest Mobile operator today announced the launch of “R-Club” on both its CDMA as well as GSM platforms in R-World.

R-Club enables the customer to download Unlimited Wallpapers, Animations, Themes, Video Clips, Polyphonic Tunes, True Tunes and Games at just Rs 30 for 30 days as the subscription charges. This initiative of Reliance Communications is just another step to provide value to the customers in the Value Added Services (VAS) segment.

R-Club page contains many categories like Whats New,  Hot Spot, Text Services, Top Choice and the premium section contains Exciting games and Hottier videos. The mission and vision of R-Club is to provide Lead & pioneer world-class digital ‘communitainment’ without platform boundaries at affordable rates.  R-Club is provided and maintained by T-Z Mobile Pvt. Limited which is the joint venture of Tanla-Zed Solutions.

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rajiev :
in delhi mobile gprs tariff war begins. airtel 98 ,vodafone98.

here in j&k, !dea wth 98 pack, airtel & aircel wth pan india 98 pack, !dea provides unlimited b&d, airtel 2gb and aircel unlimited ap for 30 days, Airtel also provides 22 pack wth 200mb for 3 days


neal pradeep :
Reliance offers better plans if you compare with any other telcos!!

right, but network is also cheap like their offers, we need a little combination of both quality & afforadability

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