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Reliance launches ‘One Nation, One Tariff’ at Re 1 per minute to anywhere in India

02-January-2006
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Reliance launches ‘One Nation, One Tariff’ at Re 1 per minute to anywhere in India

Reliance Infocomm has announced ambitious plans to break the circle barrier by launching its ‘One-Nation, One Tariff’ plan in which calls from Reliance IndiaMobile prepaid service from anywhere-to-anywhere across India will cost just Re 1 a minute.

Announcing the initiative, S P Shukla, President–Wireless, Reliance Infocomm, said, “It’s our New Year gift to our millions of subscribers. They can now exchange greetings without worrying much about the calling rate. Reliance has always been known for its customer-friendly tariffs. Coming close on the heels of the Lifetime Validity Voucher, this aggressive plan will further increase the options for our subscribers.”

The One Nation Tariff will be applicable on e-Recharge of Rs 1,100, inclusive of service tax. This e-Recharge comes bundled with 1,100 free SMSes that can be sent to any phone within the state.

A similar plan is available for postpaid subscribers, called New Joy 499, where subscribers can make calls to anywhere in the country to any mobile or fixed line phone at Re 1 a minute. A call to any Reliance India Mobile within the state will be for 40 paise a minute.

The new initiative comes close on the heels of Reliance Infocomm’s Rs 180 SMS top-up voucher that allows 18,000 SMSes that can be sent in six months.

Reliance Infocomm Ltd is the flagship company of Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Enterprises group, with 17 million subscribers. Reliance Infocomm has established a pan-India, high-capacity, integrated (wireless and wireline), convergent (voice, data and video) digital network, to offer services spanning the entire Infocomm value chain.

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