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AirTel offers convertible plans for pre-paid users

17-October-2002
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AirTel offers convertible plans for pre-paid users

Pre-paid users of AirTel mobile phone can now enjoy a host of value-added services offered under post-paid service at no extra cost.

Those who buy the service for the first time have a good bargain with the start-up-kit costing below Rs 1,000 under the new `Convertible Plans' launched by Bharti Mobile Ltd. The service, which aims at creating a new segment, will also be looking at converting pre-paid customers into post-paid eventually.

`Convertible Plans', a product variant with the start-up kit costing only Rs 950, offers the power of post-paid and the control cost of pre-paid in one connection.

Four customised tariff plans on a 60-second pulse, a common feature enjoyed by the post-paid customers, sum up the `Convertible Plans'. In the `Leisure Lifestyle Club', incoming and outgoing calls are charged at Rs 2.50. The tariff plan for `Talk One' is devised for users getting very high incoming calls, which will be charged at Re 1 per 60 second call and outgoing at Rs 3. In AirTel Delight, the value rate plan is available on a monthly rental of Rs 1,119 where users enjoy free incoming calls while outgoing calls are charged only Rs 1.25 per call. AirTel Paradise with a similar rental of Rs 1,119, will be available with the benefit of the calls, both incoming and outgoing, being free to the users.

The product would be launched in Mangalore, Hubli and Belgaum in the next two days.

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