TT Exclusive: Rcom to launch true unlimited 2G data packs

By February 23rd, 2015 AT 5:29 AM

We have come to learn through insider sources that Reliance communications will soon be revising the existing 2G data packs in Karnataka circle so as to offer true unlimited 2G data. The packs of which data offerings will be revised are Rs.68 voucher which earlier offered 1GB data for 15 days will now offer unlimited 2G data for 15 days. Rs.99 voucher which earlier offered 650MB for 21 days will now offer unlimited 2G data for 21 days. Rs125 voucher which earlier offered 3GB 2G data for 30 days will now offer unlimited data for 30 days. Rs.195 voucher which earlier offered unlimited 2G data for 45 days will now offer the same benefit plus 3000 local and national SMS for 45 days. Rs.296 voucher which earlier offered 6GB data for 75 days now offers unlimited 2G data for 75 days.

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These new 2G data packs are the lowest tariffs prevailing for 2G data in the market and are even lower than the offerings of pure 2G regional players like Uninor who claim to be ‘Sabse sasta’. With this

With this move, Reliance will ensure safeguarding its low-end mobile data subscriber base. We hope to see Rcom extend this tariff revision on a pan-India scale in the coming days.

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Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He is passionate about Telecom, DTH and OTT video streaming apps. When not writing an article, you can find him binge watching shows on Netflix while sipping on a cup of coffee.

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