Videocon Intros New Internet Pack

By September 5th, 2011 AT 12:01 PM

Videocon Intros New Internet PackVideocon Mobile Services which offers GSM services in 17 circles till date has introduced a new prepaid internet pack.

Videocon’s new 2G-GPRS Pack costs just Rs 58, which comes with 2 GB data with 30 day validity. Videocon also has unlimited GPRS plans for its subscribers.

Currently Videocon is providing 2G data services (GPRS-EDGE) in Haryana, UP(East), UP(West), Gujarat, Mumbai, Tamil Nadu incl. Chennai, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh. The pack is valid for these circles.

The details are as follows
Internet pack 58
MRP (Rs) 58
Benefits 2 GB
Validity (in days) 30
  1. *Standard data charges of 10p / 10kb applicable beyond free usage.
  2. *The above tariff is applicable only in Home network

Inputs Saurabh Mendiratta (Independent Analyst, Capital Markets)

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Videocon as brought a new GPRS pack for its users in Haryana.

E-Recharge with Rs.22 GPRS pack and get 1GB of usage for 7 days. This is more cheaper than Docomo Rs.26 which give same @Rs.26 in Haryana circle.

Pack also available for Gujarat, Kerela and Tamil Nadu(incl. Chennai) customers.

One more pack introduced in Tamil Nadu- With Rs.145 pack, get 8GB for 30 days.

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