Uninor Now Offers the cheapest STD calls at 25paisa per minute

By September 23rd, 2014 AT 3:20 PM

Uninor now offers the cheapest STD calling benefit in UP West and Uttarakhand region, using STV 33 uninor customers can now enjoy STD calls at 25 paisa per minute with 30 days validity.

Uninor is on major expansion drive in the UP West and Uttarakhand region. As a part of this expansion, Uninor will also deploy an additional 1050 network sites across 2290 new towns & villages by 2014 in the region. Uninor also aims to add 12,000 retail points to reach 70,000 in total and have a network stretch across 34 districts covering 2290 villages and towns across the UP West & Uttarakhand.

With this initiative, Uninor has become the first operator in the region to announce a major expansion in 2014. Currently Uninor is the fourth largest telecom operator in UP West with 3690 network sites, 59000 point of sales and 6.7mn customers.

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My Online Business Tools I have been using uninor from 1.5 years first same stv 25 paisa per minute was at 27 Rs now they hike and it to 36 Rs (Maharashtra circle) also introduced 97 Rs pack for 3 month 25 paisa per minute..I have benn using 97 rs pack and using online coupon to make it available for Rs 47… So at the end just by spending 47 Rs I am using uninor STV 25 paisa per minute for 3 Months..And If you make 510 Recharge Uninor Exclusive Offer You will get 650Rs, Not Recharge since 3 month… Read more »




can u please update on Telangana especially Hyderabad/Secunderabad how many towers they are planning


Hey they already has strong coverage all over Hyderabad.

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