RELIANCE SLASHES ITS ISD CALLS TO MALAYSIA BY 30%

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Reliance-Calling CardReliance Communications,today introduced Singapore-Malaysia Calling Card for the benefit of customers calling South East Asian countries including Thailand, Indonesia and Hongkong besides Singapore and Malaysia. This exclusive calling card priced at Rs. 449 enables a customer to call at 30% lower rate of Rs 3.50/minute.

The Singapore -Malaysia card offering about 116 minutes of talktime is available through e-recharge and valid till the end of June 2009. This offer is only applicable to both GSM & CDMA customers in Karnataka.The launch of Singapore -Malaysia card further strengthens the wide bouquet of Reliance International Calling Card portfolio. This includes the recent announcement of US-Canada & Gulf calling cards besides the exclusive calling cards to SAARC, Europe and Australia. The extremely attractive tariff and its positioning for the S.E. Asian market is designed especially for Reliance Mobile subscribers in Karnataka.




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