Spiking up competition in the CDMA mobile telephony space, Reliance Communications today said that it will offer unlimited talktime to its subscribers for minimal one-time monthly charges.
Moving away from conventional tariff metering plans, RCom said that it will offer customers with unlimited local calls at a monthly fixed charge of Rs 299, and unlimited STD calls at a fixed charge of Rs 599.
The schemes are applicable only for CDMA users. Under the new Simply Unlimited CDMA Offer, RCom will launch two unique calling packs, one for local calls and the other for STD ones.
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Reliance Communications today introduced a new ”’Magic @ Re 1 plan” in Andhra Pradesh in which the new CDMA subscribers can make local calls at 60 paise per minute and STD calls at Re 1.20 per minute, by paying a rental of just Rs one per day.
Customers could avail this offer by recharging their prepaid mobile with Rs 26 and enjoy the benefits valid for Life time, a press release said here.
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Reliance Communications, India’s largest and only telecom service provider to offer nationwide GSM and CDMA services today introduced a further convenient option of availing Magic Tariffs on a daily basis.
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Monthly addition in the GSM (global system for mobile communications) subscriber base touched a record 10.84 million in March, despite the economic slowdown. And experts suggest that growth in user numbers would increase even further.
According to TV Ramachandran, director general of the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), the monthly GSM subscriber addition could touch as much as 15 million some time this year.
Continue reading Reliance Mobile user base increases to 1.11 crore subscribers
Anil Ambaniâ€™s Reliance Communications (RCOM) has set aside $1 billion for its 3G (third generation) telecom services rollout. The approximately Rs 4,700 crore investment in 3G, will be funded through RCOMâ€™s internal cash reserves of Rs 12,000 crore.
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CDMA-based mobile operators can get third generation spectrum without having to participate in any auction.
The policy announced on Friday stipulates that CDMA operators including Reliance Communications and Tata Teleservices can seek one slot in the 800 Mhz, which is the most efficient and cost effective frequency band for 3G services as far as CDMA is concerned. Continue reading No 3G auction for CDMA players