Uninor starts offering Free 100 minutes calling U2U as bonus for opening a self care account

By February 8th, 2015 AT 12:44 PM

Uninor has recently launched its own web-based self-care portal for taking its services a notch higher than the ease of access of the USSD based self-care portal. Uninor is now luring its subscribers to register their numbers on the web-based self-care portal by offering an incentive of 100 minutes free calling Uninor to Uninor.

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Uninor currently has license to operate in 7 circles and has commercial operations in 6 circles (Except for Assam where they are yet to launch services). The web-based self-care portal offers information regarding the Balance and validity of your account, information about the Voice, SMS and Data packs active in your account. The self-care portal is organised under the following section headings:

  • My account
  • My services
  • Value added services
  • My offer
  • Log a complaint

Uninor has also slashed its local calling rates to 1 paisa/ 2 seconds for a special recharge of Rs. 8. This is a limited period offer, Uninor subscribers should register promptly to take advantage of the offer while it lasts.

Inputs : Jigar Patel

Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He is passionate about Telecom, DTH and OTT video streaming apps. When not writing an article, you can find him binge watching shows on Netflix while sipping on a cup of coffee.

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