Uninor Launches Special Deepavali Offer

By November 3rd, 2010 AT 3:10 PM

Uninor Launches Special Deepavali OfferUninor today announced the launch of its Special Deepavali Offer – RC 35 plan this season.

Through this innovative plan, Uninor subscribers can convey their wishes to their family and friends across any service provider in Karnataka.

RC 35 plan will offer 100 Local mins free to any network in Karnataka.The plan valid for 3 days will charge customers as per their current plan post consumption of the 100 free minutes.

Mr. Frode Haugen, EVP – Karnataka Hub quoted “We have specially introduced the RC 35 plan with 100 local free mins keeping in mind the need for our customers in Karnataka to stay connected with their friends during this festive season. The plan promises to provide the best deal to our customers.”

For further information, Uninor subscribers can call 90600 90600.

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Uninor provides best offers.I thing uninor play vital role in communication sector. It can provide best network in all over india.

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