Reliance Mobile Launches All Share Postpaid Plan

Reliance Communications today announced the launch of new high end postpaid plan ‘All Share Postpaid Plan’ for all (GSM /3G & CDMA) postpaid customers in the country.

Reliance introduces a unique ‘One bill’ for the entire family concept where in with a single rental of Rs. 1497/ – for 3 connections, one can share Voice, Data and Text (SMS).

Reliance Mobile’s All Share Postpaid Plan with monthly rental of Rs. 1497 applicable for for 3 members or 3 connections. In this plan the members/subscribers can share 3000 mins of Local / STD Voice Calls, 3000 Local / National SMS to any network along with 3GB of 3G Data per month and Unlimited free calling amongst the family or group members.

All Share Postpaid Plan 1497
Tariff Details 3G/GSM/CDMA
Monthly Rental Rs.1,497
Free talktime

(Local + STD)

3,000 mins
Free 3G Data 3 GB
Free SMS

(Local + National)

No. of connections 3

Post Free Usage
Local Calls
Within the group

(Local CUG)

All Local Calls 1p/2Sec
STD Calls
All STD Calls 1p/Sec
Flats Charges 1p/Sec

The number of connections in the family or group can be increased up to 10 at the incremental rental of Rs.499 per connection with incremental benefits of 1000 mins of Local / STD voice calls, 1000 Local / National SMS and 1GB of 3G Data.

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October 5, 2012 1:44 pm 1:44 PM

Chirag :
Reliance making come back…. I am very much sure that this moves will capture market!

…….back to square one… ? Subscribers complain dwindling network signals of CDMA which in the past was very good. GSM is a gone case…! And those who possesses corporate (free cards) still hangs on…

October 2, 2012 11:10 pm 11:10 PM

log pagal tho nahi hai kya ithana paisa monthly telephone pe pay karnekeliya log khaane keliye dawd raha hai……

October 1, 2012 11:52 pm 11:52 PM

Why they making so many changes in their schemes? Guess what his big brother going to hit him with a bang yes he is coming with a 4G with pan India with 2g voice service, today’s customers needs more of a data service rather than the voice if company understands this they will be successful, that’s what RIL is planning to do in the upcoming auction.