Reliance Hikes its Tariffs by Up to 20% for Prepaid Customers Across Pan India

Reliance today announced an increase in tariffs by up to 20 per cent for all its prepaid customers. Base Tariffs will increase from 1.5 paise to 1.6 paise per second, while tariffs on discounted and promotional plans will increase by up to 20 per cent.

Reliance Tariff Hike


The revised tariffs, which will be applicable for prepaid customers across the country, come into effect from 25 April 2014.



Old Tariff

New Tariff %age Increase
Headline Tariffs 1.5 paise per sec 1.6 paise per sec


Discounted Tariff Plans

STV 43

100 mins of STD 80 mins of STD


STV 148 500 mins of Local 400 mins of Local


STV 259 3,000 mins of On?Net 2,500 mins of On?Net


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April 19, 2014 9:00 am 9:00 AM

the 25p/m plan is for 6mnths. here no need to rechrg any FRC. this offer is automatic whnevr the sim actived & got 5rs tt .
yes, relince 3g is not so good. but for surfing 100kBps+ enough. my current bal is rs110+ & its my primary no. 🙂

April 18, 2014 10:12 pm 10:12 PM

in RoWB, Reliance port in offer,
all local calls @25p/min & 1GB 3G/mnth for 3mnths,
i ported out from Airtel 🙂

April 18, 2014 10:59 pm 10:59 PM
Same plan here in Reliance GSM also (Delhi-NCR region). But for this you have to recharge by FRC 67 to get these benefits and also get Rs. 5/- Talktime. I Port to Reliance from Aircel just because of Cheap Mobile 3G only. It’s 3G is not so good in Delhi but Aircel is not giving 3G in Delhi so no other option then reliance. I use Vodafone corporate connection for calling so just need another connection for internet purpose in my Dual Sim Mobile. Important Advice for all Reliance users:- Never keep balance on your Reliance Mobile, otherwise it will… Read more »
Saurabh gupta
April 18, 2014 8:05 pm 8:05 PM

in our circle reliance is giving cheapest call rates 25p today i recharged with 185 and got 750
local minutes