Telenor offers free unlimited night data and voice calling for customers in Bihar and Jharkhand

By October 21st, 2016 AT 1:02 PM

In the backdrop of the upcoming festive season in India, Telenor India is now offering free unlimited night data downloading and local Telenor voice calling to all its subscribers in Bihar and Jharkhand circles. The free unlimited night data usage and voice calling begin at 12 am and extend up to 6 am on all days.

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According to a statement released by the company, the free unlimited local Telenor night calls can be availed with STV19 and STV37. While STV19 comes with a validity of 28 days, the STV37 comes with 90 days validity. The calling rates for all local and STD calls stand at 25p/min and at 30p/min respectively. The customers can also get free unlimited night data downloading on any 2G/4G data pack for tariffs as low as Rs.5/Rs.11 respectively.

Data PacksMRPOffers (in addition to regular benefits)
Data 2G5 / 9 / 14/ 16/ 23 / 39 / 47 / 59 / 98Unlimited Free Night Surfing (12am to 6am)
Data 4G11 / 47 / 97 / 148 / 248Unlimited Free Night Surfing (12am to 6am)

 

Speaking on the occasion, A. E. A. Jameel, Circle Business Head – Bihar & Jharkhand, Telenor India said “Indian festivals reinforce family and social bonding which has acquired a new paradigm in this technology is driven era. There is a trend of huge call flows and online shopping in this festive season. Keeping in mind the market sentiments and need for affordable, uninterrupted and convenient voice and data experience especially during festivals, we have launched free data downloading and free voice calling offers. The offers are great value propositions for our customers and will help them in cutting down their expenses during festivals.”

Telenor India is said to have optimized its network. The company has 312+ stores and more than 75,000 point-of-sales and serves nearly 9.6 million customers in the Bihar and Jharkhand.

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