Vodafone Launches Per Second Pulse In Karnataka

By October 30th, 2009 AT 7:17 PM

Vodafone Pay Per Second Billing PlanVodafone Essar, one of India’s leading cellular services providers, today announced that its prepaid customers will now be able to avail of the 1paise/sec tariff for local and STD calls priced at Rs 74 for new subscribers, this recharge is bundled with a free SIM card with Lifelong validity.

Vodafone customers will be charged at 2p/sec for the first 60 seconds daily and will be charged at just 1p/sec thereafter for all local and STD calls. The tariff validity for this recharge is 1 year from the date of recharge.

The 1p/sec tariff is not just restricted to new users, but existing subscribers can also avail of the above tariff benefit at a recharge of Rs 70.At a recharge of Rs 251 (talk time worth Rs 225.50 with no specified validity), customers can also get local and STD calls to any phone at just 1p/sec for 30 days.

SMS, Roaming and ISD rates remain unchanged and will be applicable as per the customers’ base tariff plan.

K. Sankara Narayanan, Chief Executive Officer – Karnataka, Vodafone Essar South Limited, says “In our continued effort to empower customers, these new tariff offerings are not just economical, simple and convenient but also pack in a host of benefits.  We assure our customers with excellent customer service and among the best GSM network in the state.”

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