Uninor To Offer Lowest Call Rate of 1p/2sec For Local Calls To Any Network

By June 18th, 2012 AT 5:45 PM

Uninor To Offer Lowest Call Rate of 1p/2sec For Local Calls To Any NetworkUninor with its constant innovation for providing low cost mobile tariffs to its subscribers has acquired a commendable position amongst the Kolkatans, today they announced the launch of lowest call rate of 1p/2sec for all local calls to any network.

To keep its subscribers connected seamlessly, Uninor have introduced two values for money special tariff vouchers STV 28 and 23 in Kolkata circle these two new STVs provide options to the subscribers to choose the lowest rates available in both seconds and minute variants for local and STD calls.

With the recharge of STV 28 subscribers can enjoy lowest rate of 1p/sec in STD calls and also they can make local calls at 1p/2secs from Uninor to any network.

Alternatively Uninor users can opt for STV 23 that offers locals calls for 30p/min and STD calls at 50p/min. Both the STVs are valid for 90days and are applicable on calls from Uninor to any network.

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SANJEEV MISHRAChanduronaldo beattydeepak maahipriya Recent comment authors
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It is no. 1 network to both net and voice calls…….


It’s the No. 1 worst network in Andhra Pradesh.
It’s the No. 1 worst in signal.
It’s the No. 1 worst in net speed.

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