VODAFONE LAUNCHES NEW CAMPUS PACK FOR KERALA

By July 24th, 2009 AT 5:27 PM

vodafone campus pack for keralaVodafone Essar , one of India’s leading GSM Mobile  services providers, has launched New “Campus Pack”  an attractive prepaid offerings for college students across Kerala telecom circle. This exclusive pack comprises of recharge offers priced at Rs.76.

The New Campus Pack is available in Kerala on e-recharge, and offers special discounted rates for all local calls to Campus Pack User Group at 20 paisa per minute while calls to other local mobile phones and land line will cost only 60paisa per minute.
All local SMS across the state will cost 20 paisa. STD calls will be charged Rs 1.50 per minute and national SMS at Rs.1.50 per SMS. SMSes to Gulf countries will be charged Rs 3 and other countries at Rs.5.

Designed to suit the needs of college students, Vodafone’s new ‘Campus Pack’ is available or cab be used with additional exciting bonus cards offers.

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@Gear_29
that’s why we r waitin for MNP

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Better sms offers like those in aircel (100sms for 60ps) and reliance (1ps/sms) along with the 20ps/min of ths pack would have sold these sims like hot cakes. Sigh.. Im gonna get a dual sim.

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