Videocon Mobile Re-Launches True Unlimited GPRS Packs

By March 7th, 2012 AT 2:10 PM

Videocon Mobile Services re-introduced true unlimited 2G-GPRS packs across circles where it has rolled out commercial mobile services. Previously Videocon was offering unlimited usage with V-Internet packs, and then revised to cap usage at 4GB or 6GB.

In Mumbai STV 5, STV 13, STV 96 are available as V-Internet packs with unlimited usage for 1 day, 3days and 30 days respectively. All packs are available on paper vouchers.

While V-Internet pack STV 96 with Unlimited usage for 30 days are valid in Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh along with the limited usage packs.

Details of Videocon 2G Internet packs for Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab and MP:

STV (Rs) Data Usage Validity Notes
13 500 MB 3 days Activate Data Pack: *123*6*2#
22 1 GB 7 days
58 2 GB** 30 days
96 Unlimited 30 days
251 15 GB 90 days

* Applicable on home network only. Roaming charges 10p/10kB

* Charges after FREE usage or validity expiry – 10p/10kB

** In Gujarat STV 58 comes with 2.5GB usage..

For more details contact Videocon Mobile Customer Care.

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what is the speed of v internet packs

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what is the speed of v internet packs????

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