Uninor To Launch Its Global Gsm Services In Mumbai By 1st Week Of June

By May 28th, 2010 AT 9:52 AM

Uninor To Launch Its Global Gsm Services In Mumbai By 1st Week Of JuneUninor, the telecom operator best known for launching some of the “uni”que value offers for the customers will soon expand its service offerings commercially to Mayanagari “Mumbai” very soon by June 1st week, to be precise on paper date for Uninor Mumbai launch is scheduled on June,02,2010.

Uninor customers from other circles can now roam in Mumbai by latching on to the network of uninor/IND 926 which was under some rigorous testing till yesterday to provide seamless coverage across every part of the city.

Sources also confirmed that, “Uninor is very well committed to provide services which are full of value to its customers and we are positive of scaling new heights in terms of quality, quantity and reliability. Uninor is also all set to expand its global gsm services in other circles also by this June”. Uninor will be operating with more than 1000 towers in Mumbai right from the launch.

According to the sources, Uninor will be launching 6 Special Tariff plans as listed below. The Sim-Kit is priced at Rs. 49 and is bundled with a talk-value of Rs 5. Apart from 6 Special tariff vouchers listed below, company is also thinking of launching its newest tariff option of “Dynamic Pricing” in Mumbai with the launch but it is still not confirmed that when they will be launching it and also “Talk More 29” & “Call More 29” Tariff plans will continue to be a part of its standard tariff option.

Sources also added that uninor will be launching its flagship stores in Mumbai with the commercial launch, the 2 stores which uninor confirmed that will be in Dadar(East) and in Satacruz(West).

The details of the Special tariff vouchers are:

SEGMENT I gain 25 I save 49 I gain FREE TALKTIME 37 I gain FREE TALKTIME 38 I gain FREE TALKTIME 197 I gain FREE TALKTIME 198
Easy Load Top up Price Rs 25 Rs 49 Rs 37 Rs 38 Rs 197 Rs 198
Talk Value Rs 0 Rs 0 Rs 0 Rs 0 Rs 0 Rs 0

If we talk about the value added services front, with “u-tone” customer can download/change UNLIMITED caller tunes at just Rs 40/month (Rs30 as monthly rental + song selection charges as Rs 10).

Here comes the USP of Uninor, with uninor you can enjoy a “REAL LIFETIME VALIDITY” benefit which means that to continue receiving incoming/outgoing calls you need NOT make any compulsory recharge of Rs 200/6 months as followed by other operators.

I personally got a SIM KIT of Uninor as a complimentary to test the network before the commercial launch, the SILVER SIM-KIT looks really funky with some exciting in-kit contents as a pocket calendar, keychain ring and also the sim-kit cover which can be used as a photo frame. Even the network is great, i will not be wrong if i compare network of Uninor with vodafone’s Mumbai network. Hope that Uninor lives up to the expectations of customers in Mumbai!

The customer care number of uninor Mumbai is 91720-91720 which will be soon available after the commercial launch.

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uninor ads have become quite frequent on TV THESE DAYS.. hmm.. they are ok… could be better…

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