Reliance Intros CDMA 1X and EVDO Data Plans for Prepaid Mobile Customers

By April 26th, 2012 AT 8:07 AM

Reliance Communications (Rcom), India’s fully integrated telecommunications service provider today introduces ‘Mobile Net’ packs for its prepaid CDMA subscriber which can be used on CDMA 1X and high speed EVDO enabled smart-phones both depending upon users mobile’s compatibility.

The Reliance’s new prepaid plans offer 25MB for Rs.20, 100MB for Rs.49 250MB for Rs.99 and 500 Mb for Rs.199 with hassle free Browsing option wherein subscriber can use any data plan for Internet access on Mobile or Phone as modem without ambiguity. Beyond free data usage, charges will be 1/10KB or 1p/20KB.

Earlier the similar plans were launched and available only for Postpaid subscribers as we shared on TelecomTalk. Now Reliance Mobile’s Prepaid CDMA customers can enjoy Mobile Internet service with dedicated data plans.

Reliance CDMA Prepaid Mobile Internet Plans :

Thanks Hetal Patel for the inputs.

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Is it true that rcdmA is going to shut down all business.. . Give me all detail aboutit plz

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