Reliance Launches FRC 600 for New 3G Data Customers, 6GB for 90 Days

Need of high speed data on the move is increased day by day. A major credits surely goes to cheaper smartphone availability, the optimum craze of SNS sites and Android mania etc etc. And this sequence is becoming very worthy because of the rapid reduction of 3G Data rates now a days which was around upto 70% to 85% from our 3G players.

After the 3G Data price reduction, Reliance Communications (Rcom) also has come up with a new 3G Data plan – FRC-600 for the prospective prepaid customers of its 3G covered circles.

The 3G Data FRC (First Recharge Coupon) of Rs.600 which is intended to provide 6 GB 3G data for a period of 90 days with an interval of 2GB data per 30 days. The effective rate per GB is Rs.100 and seems to be reasonable at current scenario, hence this will be applicable only for new or fresh customers.

This offer can be availed whether you are using the SIM card on a mobile phone or tablet or data card.

DETAILS:

MRP(FRC)BENEFITSVALIDITY
Rs.600A Total 6 GB DATA for 90 Days*
* 2GB Per 30 Days x 3 Times
90 Days

Post consumption of the bundled quota it will be charged as per base rate.For more details please call Reliance Mobile Customer Care at *333 or visit the nearest Reliance World Store.

Anirban hails from Kolkata and works as an IT Consultant for a MNC. He is currently based out of Gurgaon now. He loves to write codes and blogs both.

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