Uninor Launches Gprs Services For Prepaid Subscribers

By April 23rd, 2010 AT 3:03 PM

Uninor Launches Gprs Services For Prepaid SubscribersUninor today announced the launch of  its much awaited GPRS services for its prepaid subscribers across the nine states of UP, Uttaranchal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh as an initial launch offer Uninor is offering free GPRS service till May 6.

Subsequently, data services will be available through a base plan with tariff of 10p per 10kb. Customers will also be able to access the service through two products – myconnect 9 priced at Rs. 9 that’s valid for 3 days and allows free browsing upto 60MB and myconnect 90 priced at Rs. 90 that’s valid for 30 days with 3GB of free browsing.

For both plans, usage beyond free data will be charged at 10p per 10kb. MMS service  on Uninor will be charged at Rs. 5 per MMS.

As soon as a Uninor SIM is inserted into the phone gprs settings will be sent via OTA . Uninor has made its wap portal simpler and one can find only 6 icons on the homepage with loads of content behind them.

David Meneghello, Executive Vice-President, Marketing at Uninor quoted “We had stated earlier that a lot can be done using the opportunities already available on 2G platforms to offer a good quality data experience and services. We make that start today,”“Uninor will focus hard on data, building on our data capabilities to launch many more exciting ideas soon. We have some solid experience in markets very similar to India with unique and successful data-based applications. So watch this space for innovation,” said Meneghello.

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