S Tel Launches Triple Benefits Recharge 123

By January 27th, 2010 AT 12:25 PM

S Tel the youngest mobile service brand in Indian telecom arena, today launches attractive Special Recharge-123 with Triple benefits, i.e. free own net local calls, free Local and National SMS along with Talk time for its prepaid GSM subscribers in Himachal Pradesh, Bihar-Jharkahnd and Orissa circles.

With the S Tel triple benefits 123 Pack, customers can enjoy Free 333 calls to any local S Tel phone on per minute basis, 222 free Local and National SMS to any network across India and talk time worth Rs.111 which can be used on calls, SMS and VAS. The free Own Net calls and SMS will be valid for 30 days from the date of  recharge. This pack is applicable to Per Minute and Per Second (Start 31 and Start 32) plan users.

S Tel has UAS licenses for Bihar-Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Jammu-Kashmir, Assam and North East telecom Circles. The Company also announced that first quarter of 2010; STel’s mobile services will be accessible to customers in Assam and North East circles

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Meets

When started in gujrat s tel service?? Very very nice offfrs!!! And sms daily 222?

saswat

just a idiot operatr… Only the gprs plan is good or else nothing….
Why would one ever like to pay rs33 for 333 sms. Othr operatrs provid 20 times more for th same price.
i would rekomnd docomo. Get All services jst for the value..

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