Reliance Mobile Now Offers 2GB daily Data Plan At Rs.98

By June 30th, 2011 AT 1:07 PM

Reliance Mobile now offers 2GB daily data plan at Rs.98Reliance Mobile, India’s largest dual technology operator had brought out a new offer for Bihar and Jharkhand circle wherein customers can enjoy upto 2GB of data at blazing speeds of upto 7.2MBPS with their 3G modem.

Reliance NetConnect customers can recharge with Rs98 which will allow them a data transfer of upto 2GB and will be valid for 1 day only.

That means if a customer recharges his/her Reliance NetConect dongle with Rs98 today, he/she can enjoy 2GB data for the same day itself till 23:59hrs.

The plan has been summarized below:

MRP

Benefit

Validity

Rs 98

2 GB

1 day

Offer valid for Bihar and Jharkhand circle only. T & C Apply.

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@darklion
go for mtnl delhi and use bsnl 3g in your are, u get 50 gb for 449 with 7-8 days validity, they say its valid upto 7 days, but validity actually expires in 10 days

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darklion

it s good for 1 day validity.
i get around 500-700 kbs .
i takes around 1and half an hour to downlode 1-1.8 gb.

i buy this plane for downloding.

it s best offer buy reliance

i spend more that 1000 rup get 2gb*10 =20gb in month

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