reliance mobile VAS rs 1 per dayReliance Mobile, the country’s second largest Mobile Services Operator, all set to revamps the existing monthly subscription pricing model of the Vale Added Services like caller tunes, internet browsing and others. The company is ready to launch its all VAS at Rs.1 per day, the new pricing model instead of the monthly subscription.

The biggest beneficiaries of the sachet pricing plan would be prepaid subscribers, who account for nearly 85% of RCom’s GSM and CDMA Mobile subscriber base.

RCOM is overhauling its pricing model to offer value-added services (VAS) such as caller tunes, news alerts and Internet surfing for as low as Re1 a day, rather than for a monthly subscription.

“We are rolling out this sachet pricing by this month. We have already tested the sachet pricing prospects with gaming,” said Krishna Durbha, business and marketing head, VAS.

RCom hopes to reach a wider audience for its VAS by offering customers more price flexibility in using the services.The company expects 15-20% of its revenue to come from VAS and data services over the next three year. RCom now plans to roll out a series of initiatives including live streaming of cricket matches and Formula One car races as well on mobile phones, . Subscribers can opt for sachet or consolidated payments for these services.

India’s Mobile Operators typically earn 9-12% of their revenues from VAS and data services, according to a telecom analyst with a domestic brokerage, who declined being named. In countries such as Japan and Korea, VAS contributes as much as 30% to a cellphone operator’s total revenues.

Sachet marketing started transforming sales strategies in India some three decades ago.In the 1980, Chennai-based Cavinkare Pvt. Ltd launched its Chik shampoo brand in sachets for 50 paise and Re1, making it easier for consumers to buy these branded products.The strategy paid off and forced other companies in the sector to follow suit, but sachet marketing has largely been restricted to consumer goods.

Among cellphone operators, Vodafone Essar Ltd was the first to sell ultra low-cost products when it launched micro top-up cards costing Rs10 each for its prepaid customers.

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July 6, 2011 7:04 pm 7:04 PM

Chahe Jo activate karke rupee kat lete ho kahi kajol pack kahi bollywood talk is se sahi rahega dhandha karwao apni ma bahan se bhosdi walo tum hari ma ko chodu kutte ke pillo Karodo Baapo ki iklauti aulaodo
kitni apni ma Chudwate ho harami ke pillo….

July 6, 2011 6:58 pm 6:58 PM

Tum log bina kuch activate kiye he activate karke apni Bahan Chudwa Lete ho use Deactivate karne ke code bhi batao bhosdi walo tumhari ma kyu chudti hai..
Bina ID ke Port In Kar lete ho bhosdi walo tumhari ma bahan chodu.
unse dhandha karwao salo aur customer ko bina bajah paresan mat karo

October 23, 2009 5:20 pm 5:20 PM

Bible, in terms of places, people, and events. ,

October 22, 2009 6:55 pm 6:55 PM

I do know that taking the conservative hands-off approach is just going to make things worse. ,

August 11, 2009 8:48 am 8:48 AM

i remember that RCOM GSM/CDMA ril promotional caller tune is active with out any rental.. if u cahnge other then ril tune they will cahrge…. till know i am not getting any rent 4 caller tune…

June 22, 2009 1:41 pm 1:41 PM

In Pricing the point is … will charging be done as Rs 1/day ..or they will be deducting Rs 30 at one time only for the whole month….. any 1 aware please clarify???

June 22, 2009 10:10 am 10:10 AM

i know these type codes well but these deactivation codes not working on self started auto subscription services in this case customer care also not able to help C.C. says there is no detail here about your subscription and your mentioned service is not active so what means for deactivate if service is not active
i wondering what TRAI is doing TRAI should take immidiate action against these harrasments
its a very serious problem oh TRAI please do something

June 22, 2009 9:56 am 9:56 AM

Reliance already pinching customers by 1 rupee per day deduction on selfstarted services like hello tune subscription charges reliance is activating these VAS forcely without customers wish and i will it is customers destiny why he or she opted for reliance there are no option to deactivate these daily balance eater VAS

June 22, 2009 12:53 am 12:53 AM

For biswas like subscribers to deactivate caller tune in reliance SMS UNSUBCT to 51234

June 21, 2009 11:52 pm 11:52 PM
i hav doubt how many people use VASs!!and i think VASs r not transperant, if u need news or stock market news , get a gprs pack n visit websites. i jst hate hello tunes! recently R-CDMA activates musice sumthing on my mom’s phone,but after 30dys we could not de actvte it dialing the no, at last called CC n deactvte it! Airtel’s STOP to 121 is good one, ,still Airtel does it like this- “for free XYZ dial 122344555 ” when u dial it u ‘ll find that call charge is free but at the same time u activate… Read more »

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