By May 6th, 2009 AT 7:23 PM


Reliance Mobile (CDMA) has announced a special tariff bonanza by introducing On-net Intra-circle calling @ 10p for Reliance Hello’s (FixWireless preapid) and CDMA Mobile’s new prepaid customer (93 series) for Maharashtra circle. This offer would be applicable to customers who are doing a first e-recharge of Rs. 26. This is a limited period offer valid up to only 31st May 2009.

The introduction of  Own-network Intra-circle/with in the circle calling @ 10p from Reliance

Rcom brings unparalleled convenience with one of the lowest calling rates for its subscribers in Maharashtra. All other calls would be charged according to base tariff during the offer. After the offer period, the customers will move back to the base tariff. The FRC benefit would be credited to the customers within 48 hours from the date of recharge.Constant fine tuning with unique value propositions according to the changing needs of the customers has been the hallmark of Reliance Mobile.

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Oho now my hand is on reliance head and asheerwad for them “sada lootTey raho” ok khush
come on topic even you see any reliance ad they write something in big bold characters
and the true thing in the stake of paragraph they use very small letters for describe that what truely scheme is……….
reliance ki kahni aur karni mein bada fark hai
reliance ki muhawrey mein ki gayee bat har koi nahi samajh sakta
i’ve decided a slogan for reliance “bana lo pagal india ko”


Emad, brother y r u alwayz pointing finger on reliance people r smart enough to know who is fooling them

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