Reliance Mobile Renovates its 2G GPRS Pack Across India

By March 29th, 2012 AT 5:02 PM

Reliance Communications, India’s fully integrated telecommunications service provider, today revised its GPRS packs across all circles and the revised packs will now offer lesser data at same cost.

The Rs.99 plan which was offering upto 6GB of data which was a promotional offer as we shared earlier on oct 7th 2011 will now offer 2GB all over India which is going to badly hit Reliance subscribers.

Where as in Orrisa Reliance was offering unlimited data at Rs.99 which is now cut down to 5GB.Previously if a customer opted E-Recharge were getting 6GB of data where as if a customer opted paper coupon Reliance was offering 2.5GB.

If you are a Reliance Mobile customer we now request you to check with your customer care service prior activating any GPRS plan .How do look at this move by Reliance do let us know via comments.

Inputs : Saurabh Mendiratta

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yup…REliancE is worst….dont go for it if u value your money….many options are thr…idea,airtel,vodafone


RELIANCE IS BAD!!! No point in believing these reduction offers.. Reliance keeps changing them.. Recently in mumbai circle, they changed the validity of Rs. 148 local minutes pack from 30 days to 15 days.. You can call it an increase in tariff by 100%.. PEHLE SASTA DO PHIR LOOTO..

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