VIRGIN MOBILE BRINGS 30 PAISA LOCAL CALL OFFER

By April 23rd, 2009 AT 6:55 AM

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Targeting the youth customers, Virgin Mobile has announced a new tariff plan for its  prepaid segment which includes dropping of all local call rates on prepaid to 30 paisa per minute with the Recharge of Rs.149.

Here are the Details-

  • Recharge MRP Rs.149 (Erecharge only)
  • 30 paise local calls to Mobile(any network)
  • FREE 750 sms per Month (local only)
  • Tariff validity 30 days.


Speaking on the launching occasion, CEO, Virgin Mobile India, M A Madhusudan said,Banking on the youth customers, Virgin Mobile has taken a number of initiatives to offer customised and relevant offerings for its youth audience to meet their style and budget quotient.

Elaborating on the strategy of the company, Madhusudan said, Virgin Mobile wants to offer value and flexibility that meets the unique needs of urban youth. He also said that this offer will meet the behavioral needs of youth by providing a value proposition on local calling.

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virgin mobil best for students

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hi…i m using both tata n virgin///very gud network//but virgin is still unable 2 attract cutomers

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