Videocon Launches STV 63 For Mumbai Circle

By May 30th, 2010 AT 2:33 PM

Videocon Launches STV 63 for Mumbai CircleVideocon Mobile Services, today launched a new Special tariff voucher for the Customers in Mumbai which is priced at Rs 63.

STV 63 enables customer to enjoy a special tariff of calling to any local Videocon Number at just 20 paise/minute whereas calls made to other local networks will be charged at just 40paise/minute.

The STD calls will be charged at flat 50p/minute. This special tariff voucher has a tariff validity of a whopping 90 days. This is a first Special tariff voucher launch by Videocon in Mumbai for reducing the call charges.

The offer details are tabulated below:

Particulars STV 63
MRP (Rs.) 63
Talk Value (Rs.) 0
Local Videocon to Videocon 20 paise
Local Videocon to others 40 paise
STD 50 paise
Validity 90 days
Pulse 60 seconds
Fine Print Current Pulse of 1p/second will be de-activated after recharging with this STV

The above offer can only be availed if recharged through Mobile Top-Up.

For More details, call 121(Toll-Free) from your Videocon Number or call 9076054321(tolled) from any other phone, Alternatively you can also log on to for more details.

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Sandy Berger

Good offer from videocon. Will lead to all others incl. Reliance sit up and take notice and follw with their offers.

Neal Pradeep

ya..!! well said..!! Videocon’s launch in Delhi will take some time!

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