Reliance Announces 3G Video Call Tariff, Local Video Call 5p Per Second

Reliance Communications (RCOM), India’s single largest dual technology telecom operator today announced the Video Calling tariff for its 3G Mobile Services users.

Reliance 3G local Video Call cost will be 5 paisa/sec (Rs.3/minute) while STD Video Call will be charged at 7 paisa /sec (Rs.4.20/minute).

With the Telecom Ministry and The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) clearing decks for Video calling on mobile phones, Reliance Mobile announced the 3G Video Calling service with Day and Night tariff structure. The Reliance 3G Video Calling charges are similar to Tata Docomo but not cheap or affordable as state run Pan India 3G Mobile Service operator BSNL and MTNL.

If we compare the Reliance 3G Video Calling tariff with Pan India 3G service provider BSNL/MTNL that its seems that after Tata Docomo now Reliance Mobile threw water over mobile users who had hopes of “Cheap 3G Video Call tariff” from the private operators in India.  State run MTNL providing Video Calling at just 1p/sec for other network and 1p/2 sec for OwnNet While BSNL charging 30p to 70p/min.

Here are the Reliance 3G Video Call tariff in detail :

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January 27, 2011 4:39 pm 4:39 PM

der is…… samsung galaxy 3….. it supports 3g video call…n its a andro

January 26, 2011 7:02 pm 7:02 PM

@Vinayak Pai

BSNL paid Rs 10,186.56 crore for the radio waves across India, except in Delhi and Mumbai.
BSNL requested for reimbursement but Finance ministry refused the request.

If yourself is not aware about the truth, why are you making such challenges…
If you have any doubt about this, please check Deccan herald news..