Uninor Treats Its Customers With New Attractive GPRS Offers

By September 17th, 2010 AT 5:50 PM

Uninor Treats Its Customers With New Attractive GPRS OffersUninor, one of the fastest growing GSM Service provider in Mumbai which added highest number of subscribers in August, leaving behind the GSM biggies Airtel, Vodafone and MTNL.

For the month of August, according to COAI data uninor added a highest 1.4Lk+ subscribers in  Mumbai, 1.8Lk+ subscribers in Gujarat and managed to add 1.85Lk subscribers in Maharashtra & Goa circle

Uninor, now launches 3 new GPRS Data packs apart from the existing ones which are priced at 5,9 and 90.

The new GPRS Data packs are priced at Rs. 14, Rs.24 and at Rs.47. With Rs.14 data pack, you can enjoy a free browsing of 500 MB with a validity of 3 days, with Data Pack 24, you can now get 1GB FREE download/browsing which comes with the validity of 15 days whereas with Data Pack 47, you can now get 2.5GB of free browsing/download.

Uninor also made changes in Data Pack 90, previously the free usage was only limited to 2.5GB but now it has been increased to a whopping 6GB and validity remains the same for 30 days.

As reported earlier in Telecom Talk, Data Pack 47 was valid for Gujarat Customers from September 13 itself.

All the above mentioned packs are available for the customers of Gujarat, Mumbai & Maharashtra and Goa only and can be availed only via e-Recharge of the respective denominations.

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Uninor’s plans are reasonable but its internet speed is very slow and while browsing on mobile it doesn’t often connect showing as network busy and packet data connection closed by network

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well, i was waiting for some new gprs offers, good to see uninor has rolled out some new ones. the good part is that they have increased the downloading limit from 3GB to 6Gb.The downloading speed recently has between 30-40 kbps. enjoying their service.hope there are others too 🙂

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