RCOM GSM OFFER 1000 FREE SMS AT Rs.60

By March 28th, 2009 AT 1:09 PM

In a move to lure new users, Reliance Communication announced some new initiatives for its newly launched GSM Postpaid Mobile Services in the Jammu & Kashmir circle. RCOM offer a very aggressive SMS pack of Rs.60 for postpaid customers, which offers 1000 local and national SMS free.

RCOM also announced some attractive postpaid tariff plans for J&K circle, wherein with a rental of Rs.199, a customer can avail Reliance to Reliance calling 100 % free (under Closed User Group Plan). For business class and defense community, there are excellent STD Plans wherein a customer can make outgoing STD call on any network at the rate of 75 paisa per minute and absolutely free on any Reliance Network through out India by subscribing to Reliance Calling Cards.

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i was going to take rel postpaid but checking out the comments here is making me feel even more skeptical about to take it or not……

Emad
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@Ashwani
Reliance cannot look into matter because Reliance is blind
So dont wait for good network
it is not possible with reliance
You know? Reliance is going to make a worldwide record as comapny having worst services and unsatisfied customers

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