Reliance launches new STD plan in JK
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Jammu, Dec 7: Reliance Communications, India’s fully integrated telecommunications service provider, today announced the launch of a new STD pack— STV 45, in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The new pack will enable its prepaid customers in the state to make STD calls at just 25 paisa per minute for the first 700 STD minutes. The tariff for subsequent minutes will be 40 paise per minute,” the company in a statement said.
The offer, it said, extends a great value proposition to Reliance GSM prepaid customers and will help them to stay connected with family and friends anywhere in India more affordably.
“The plan has been announced especially for those customers from Ladakh and Kashmir Valley who travel frequently to the plains during these months, and for members of the defense forces who use mobiles to stay connected with their families staying in other parts of the country,” it said.
Commenting on the launch, Ataul Haque, Circle Head, J&K, Reliance Communications, said: “At Reliance Communications, we take delight in identifying challenges faced by customers and delivering proactive solutions to address their needs, and one of these is lower STD tariffs. This exciting new offer will help customers cut down on their bills every month and keep their expenses in check.”
The offer is available to Reliance GSM Pre-paid customers and has a validity of 28 days.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 7 Dec 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
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