Uninor launches new scheme in Karnataka

By February 19th, 2010 AT 3:19 PM

Uninor launches new scheme in KarnatakaUninor today announced the launch of a new scheme offering calls between local Uninor subscribers in Karnataka for just 29 paisa per minute.

Uninor customers in Karnataka can now “get a lot more” on an electronic recharge of Rs 99 that provides Rs 50 talk-time with local calling at 29 paisa, STD calling is charged at 49 paisa per minute and no call setup or daily rental or any additional charges.

On the new scheme, Ms Ann Hofvander, Executive Vice-President, Karnataka, Uninor said, “At Uninor, constant efforts are made to bring out plans that provide superior value, affordable mobile telephony services to consumers based on their usage patterns. The new scheme launched today presents convenient and uncomplicated option for both our existing and new users in Karnataka. A phone is for conversation and there is no better place to talk than on Uninor.”

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hallo uninor dont be bold with karnataka. please mention full information about your new plans.

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