Make STD calls at 25p/min on Idea

By July 16th, 2011 AT 6:57 AM

Make STD calls at 25p/min on IdeaIdea Cellular the pan India GSM service provider now brings a special offer for its customers across Uttar Pradesh East Circle wherein they can now make STD calls to any number at just 25p/min for 30 days.

Call rates are now being slashed down by almost every operator soon after the launch of MNP.

Operators are eyeing every possible chance to grab any amount of customers thus bringing down the tariff!W.e.f. from 14th July 2011, the pack comes at just Rs.23 and has a validity of 30days. All STD calls will be charged at 25p/min. The pack also has FUP of upto the first 200 mins and thereafter default tariff will be applicable.

Now don’t just calculate distance in kilometres rather calculate distance at just 25p/min!!

MRP Benefit Validity
Rs 23  

All STD Calls @ 25p/ minute

(up to 200 minutes and thereafter default/applicable tariff)

30 days

 

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plz tell me about std traiff pack or std idea to idea call free plz

G.SURESH BABU
G.SURESH BABU

i am Madurai idea customer .i want to cheaper std & local plan offer monthly or yearly basic . thanks

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