Virgin Mobile India Introduces Boltons To Reduce Call Rates

By October 13th, 2009 AT 8:12 PM

Virgin Mobile India Introduces Boltons To Reduce Call RatesVirgin Mobile India, the youth brand of Tata Teleservices which operates on CDMA technology has introduced two new boltons for their customers across India.

The aim is to reduce the call charges and have been specially designed keeping in mind the youth factor. Both the recharge cards are available across India in denominations of Rs.16 and Rs.75 with Rs.16 recharge customers will get all local calls at just 30p/min after 1st 3 min of the day at Re1/min.

The calculation is quite simple as the first 3 minutes of the day will be charged at Re1/min i.e. Rs.3 for the first 3 minutes and 30p/min from the 4th minute onwards till 12 midnight of the day. The validity of the Bolton is 180 days or 6 months.

The second offer comes for Rs.75 and is specially made for those who make a lot of STD calls. With this recharge customers can make STD calls at just 50p/min to a maximum of 60 minutes in a day thereafter the call rates will be Rs.1.50/min from the 61st minute onwards.

Though the call rate seems quite cheap but may not attract a lot of customers due to its high rental and daily limits of just 1 hour. Since other operators have already started giving STD calls at 50 paisa this offer won’t fetch any attraction.

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U r right Dude

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Emad :why virgin mobile is so silentno news from virgin

virgin probably thinking of packing bags from india

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