Virgin Mobile Launches 4 GPRS Packs

By April 24th, 2010 AT 6:40 PM

With all the Mobile service operators following the suite of wooing their customers with “Attractive GPRS” Packs, Virgin Mobile India, the only youth focused mobile service brand in India today join the “GPRS League” and announced the launch of exiting and pocket friendly three GPRS/Mobile Internet Browsing Packs for all its GSM Mobile service subscribers across all the circles in India.

Virgin Mobile India (GSM) initiated a radical move in the Indian GSM mobile industry by making mobile Internet GPRS/EDGE service more affordable and introduces three flexible and affordable GPRS packs with a validity of 1 day, 3 days and 30 days priced at Rs.5, Rs.14, Rs.44 and Rs.96 respectively.

After the launch of GPRS services by Uninor to counter the Tata Docomo’s GPRS Plans, Virgin Mobile India (Part of TTSL) brings the new surprise by launching low cost GPRS Packs.

Virgin Mobile (India) New GPRS Plans In Details-:

MRPUsageValidity
Rs. 965 GB30 Days
Rs. 442 GB30 Days
Rs. 1420 MB3 Days
Rs. 510 MB1 Days

  1. Beyond FREE usage you will be charged 10p/10kb.
  2. The above mentioned GPRS packs will be available on special EVD recharge.
  3. To get internet settings subscriber has to call our customer care on ‘121’ and will have to save the pushed settings in phone as default settings.
  4. For More Details on Virgin Mobile GPRS Plans call  6001-6666

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