Uninor Introduces Bucket of New GPRS Packs

By September 29th, 2010 AT 2:05 PM

Uninor Introduces Bucket of New GPRS PacksUninor, an Indian JV between Unitech Wireless & Norwegian giant Telenor Group launched 4 affordable pocket sized new GPRS  Data Packs at 4 differentially attractive price points for its prepaid subscribers across all telecom circles in India.

Apart from its existing GPRS Pack of Rs 9 and Rs 90 the denominations of the new GPRS Packs are Rs 5, Rs. 14, Rs 24 & Rs 47 in which you will get 30 MB, 500 MB, 1 GB and 2.5 GB FREE data usage which comes with 1,3, 7 & 15 days of validity. Uninor also offers Unlimited Access to Facebook, Twitter and Linked in with its all GPRS packs.

The above GPRS/Data packs can be activated by e-recharging with the respective denomination. The FREE data cap has to be consumed within the validity period or will be lapsed, FREE data usage cannot be carried forward.

Uninor GPRS Packs In Details-:

GPRS/ Internet PlansPriceBenefitsValidityCharges Beyond Free Usage
MyInternet 5Rs.5Unlimited access to facebook, twitter and Linkedin.

+ Free Browsing/download up to 30 MB

One Day10p/10kb
MyInternet 9Rs.9Unlimited access to facebook, twitter and Linkedin.

+ Free Browsing/download up to 60 MB

3 Days10p/10kb
MyInternet 14Rs.14Unlimited access to facebook, twitter and Linkedin.

+ Free Browsing/download up to 500 MB

3 Days10p/10kb
MyInternet 24Rs.24Unlimited access to facebook, twitter and Linkedin.

+ Free Browsing/download up to 1 GB

7 Days10p/10kb
MyInternet 47Rs.47Unlimited access to facebook, twitter and Linkedin.

+ Free Browsing/download up to 2.5 GB

15 Days10p/10kb
MyInternet 90Rs.90Unlimited access to facebook, twitter and Linkedin.

+ Free Browsing/download up to 6 GB

30 Days10p/10kb

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