Uninor launches the cheapest STV in the UP East circle that offers all local calls at 25 p/min

By August 27th, 2015 AT 1:33 PM

Telenor’s Indian unit, Uninor, is famous for its low-cost strategy in the Indian telecom market, which the company branded as ‘Sabse Sasta’ . Now they have come up with another Sabse Sasta offer under a new campaign that is named ‘Sabse Sasta Ka Danka’ in the UP East circle.

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The new promotional STV 15 will enable Uninor users to enjoy all local calls at a rates of 25 paise/minute with a validity of 28-90 days. Uninor customers can simply dial *234# on their mobile phones to know information about the validity of the offer. As per the recent market data, it is the cheapest STV that provides 25 paisa calling to the users.

Sabse Sasta Ka Danka
STV priceBenefitAvailability
Rs 1525 Paisa calling
To check validity of the pack dial *234#
Only for UP East users of Uninor

Also read: Uninor delivers positive EBITDA for Q2 2015, ARPU fell by 12% to Rs 95

Since its launch, Uninor is providing cheapest range of offers providing value for customer’s money. Commenting on the launch, C. Narendran, Circle Business Head (UP East) at Uninor said, “At Uninor, we continue our endeavour of offering the most relevant and affordable products to our customers. Our new offering will enable our customers to talk more at the most reasonable rates offered by any other telecom operator in the industry. With such special tariff vouchers, we are further reinforcing the Uninor’s ‘Sabse Sasta’ proposition.”

Uninor’s customer base in the UP East circle has reached the 10 million mark and ranks third after market leaders Vodafone & Airtel. The telco has been providing services on 2G EDGE and exploring the chances to provide 4G on FDD-LTE with the help of spectrum sharing policy.

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