Reliance launched GSM mobile services in Punjab

By January 6th, 2009 AT 11:48 AM

Reliance Communications launched NEW GSM mobile services in Punjab. The GSM services were launched  in  460 towns and over 11,741 villages  of  Punjab,  RCom’s regional head (Punjab, HP and  J&K Circles) Arvind Kumar  told to  the reporters. The company also launched “Customer Experience Programme (CEP)” for customers  choosing the GSM services. “The CEP plan offers Rs 900 minutes of talk time on local  calls and SMS to any network that can be accrued by our GSM customers in daily  tranches of Rs 10 spread over 90 days.

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In addition, customers choosing the CEP can make unlimited calls to any of the more than one million Reliance phones in Punjab,” he said, adding that the GSM SIM card was available at one-time charge of Rs 25 “.

Reliance GSM Tariff Plan Known as “Customer Experience Programme (CEP)”(Prepaid) RCom is offering its GSM SIM cards (pre paid) for a amount of Rs.25.The SIM cards come with a subscription validity of 6 months.Every subscriber gets free talk time worth Rs. 900 spread over 90 days i.e. a new subscriber would get Rs 10 talktime every day for the first 90 days.CALL

CHARGES-

  • Local – Re 1/min; STD Rs 1.50/min (to any network)
  • SMS Charges- Re.1/sms(local) and Rs.1.50/ National
  • Subscribers can recharge using top-up cards ranging from Rs 10 to Rs 500.

If this was not enough, Reliance GSM users will also get unlimited night calling (11PM to 6AM) on Reliance network (both GSM and CDMA) absolutely free through out Punjab Telecom circle, giving access to seven million Reliance phones in this region.

 

 

 

 

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