Vodafone Intros Per Second Billing on World Calling Card

By January 22nd, 2010 AT 12:43 PM

Vodafone Essar, one of India’s leading cellular services providers, has announced pay per second tariff structure to its World Calling Cards allowing its prepaid and postpaid subscribers to make STD and ISD calls on a per second basis.

Now With the Vodafone World Calling card one can make ISD calls to USA/Canada just at 4 paisa per Second while Calls to Gulf countries will be charged at 12 paisa per second calls to UK and Europe- fixed phone will be charged at 4 paisa while on Mobile phones it will 12 paisa for one second.If any customer make STD calls with in India than it will be charged for One paisa for One Second.

Vodafone World Calling Card New Tariff In Details-:

Vodafone World Calling Card  Per Second Tariff
STD Calls (With in India)One Paisa for One Second
ISD CallsUSA/Canada- 4 paisa/Second
Gulf- 12 paisa/ Second
UK/Europe (Fixed)- 4 paisa /Second
UK/Europe (Mobile)- 12 paisa /Second
China-  5 paisa /Second
South East Asia- 6 paisa /Second
Australia & NZ (Fixed) -5 paisa /Second
Australia & NZ (Mobile)- 13 paisa /Second

Kumar Ramanathan – Chief Marketing Officer, Vodafone Essar said, “We are pleased to announce the launch of World Calling Cards with per second charging. A first in the industry, the new Vodafone World Calling Card offers customers greater convenience, good value for money and seamless connectivity with family and friends in India and abroad.”

How To Use the Vodafone World Calling Card-: Scratch the silver foil on the card and note your secret 12/14-digit PIN. Dial the toll free access number mentioned at the back of the card or dial 50118, 50218 or 50318 (toll free) and Enter the PIN. To make an STD call, dial ´0´ followed by the STD code and then the phone number. To make an ISD call, dial ´00´ followed by the ISD code and the phone number.

For more information on Vodafone WCC Dial 50119 (toll free from Vodafone).

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