Uninor Launches REACH INDIA STD Pack

By October 13th, 2011 AT 1:47 PM

Uninor Launches REACH INDIA STD PackUninor today launched the REACH INDIA STD pack priced at Rs. 36.

This pack enables subscribers in Andhra Pradesh to reach out and speak with their friends and families across the country for only 1 paisa per 2 seconds.

The offer specially dedicated to the customers across Andhra Pradesh comes with the validity of 30 days. This STD calling Tariff is valid on calls made from Uninor to any other telecom network across the country.

Uninor customers can avail this offer via easy recharge by walking into any of the 82 fully functional Uninor exclusive stores or any of the retail outlets across Andhra Pradesh.

Uninor in AP has established its geographical base in 23 districts, 500 towns and over 2000 villages. Uninor boasts of 8 Company owned outlets, 37 Franchisee owned outlets, 37 Franchisee Express outlets with presence in over 360 Modern Trade outlets – all operating successfully across Andhra Pradesh.

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In MP and CG IDEA is not leader RELIANCE is the leader …..See the c base if u dont have idea then ,Reliance and airtel both are best…..

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you should opt BSNL.
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