Slashing GPRS rates by 90%, Videocon Mobile Services makes Internet more affordable for its subscribers

By July 4th, 2013 AT 1:18 PM

Making high-speed mobile internet more affordable to subscribers, Videocon Mobile Services, has slashed its GPRS rates by 90% across the telecom circles of Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh.

Now offering data usage at a reduced rate of 1paisa per 10kb from the earlier 10paisa per 10kb, applicable on consumption beyond the bundled benefits of the respective data packs; the move enables the consumer across the four telecom circles to enjoy greater internet benefits. According to the new tariff, once the subscribers exhaust their free 2G Data Pack quota, they can continue to access high speed mobile internet by just paying 1paise per 10kb, thereby enjoying a huge 90 percent discount.

This strategic move will accelerate mobile internet adoption and data penetration across the telecom circles for Videocon Mobile Services. With a huge potential lying in the operational circles of the company and the increasing demand for internet usage in both urban and rural areas, this tariff revision will offer attractive value for money proposition to the customers.

Also now with our 2.75G EDGE network superiority that offers high speed data, Videocon Mobile Services’ the consumers will an experience services that are far better than 2G and closer to 3G. This new data tariff will be applicable from first week of July, 2013 onwards.

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Sankysan
Sankysan

Dear Rudradeep Biswas please wake up and doe little research before publishing any article,
You are talking about 2.75G. In India none of ISP provide bandwith of 160kbps, and GPRS(2G) speed can go upto 177kbps, while 2.75G or EDGE connectivity class 10 speed is 236.8kbps , do you think from heart videocon giving a bandwith of more than 80kbps (from heart). Stop talking about high speed and don’t compare it with 3G(484kbps,HSDPA 3.6mbps….), right now all 3G provides giving you bandwith not lower than 800kbps.
so can you compare videocon 60kbps to 800kbps…..

Saurabh
Saurabh

Instead of asking RDB to do research, you should first understand what the last paragraph actually mean. Here 2.75G near to 3G refers to EDGE technology that was predecessor to 3G UMTS (384Kbps) and in all sense 2.75G is near to 3G (not HSDPA/HSPA/HSPA+) and far better from 2G GPRS which theoretically support speed upto 177Kbps but can’t go above 100Kbps practically. As far as EDGE speed is concerned, first of all, you make clear that whether you have ever used Videocon 2G or it was your guess only from bottom of your heart? I don’t know what made you… Read more »

renjucool
renjucool

What matter in this news? Who is ready to 1000 of bucks for gprs. Those who need internet seriously will subscribe some Data package or even take 3g. @TT why you posting this type irrelevant news that not useful to customers?

Tarun

See our duty is to bring what operators are offering to customers, and to show operators true face.

AMKE
AMKE

Tarun ji you are right that this site for publish telecom related news. so you carry in.

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