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Uninor, one of the fastest growing GSM service provider in India has introduced a new attractive and affordable ISD STV covering most called destinations. This ISD pack STV 29 allows its customers in Kolkata, West Bengal (including Sikkim) telecom circle, to make cheap International calls to many popular International destinations.
With a Recharge of Rs. 29 Uninor subscribers can call to USA, CANADA, United Kingdom (fixed) at just Rs 1.99/min and Australia, New Zealand (fixed) will charged at Rs 2.75/min with a validity of 30 days. (more…)
Tata DOCOMO, The GSM brand of Tata Teleservices (TTSL) has launched “ISD Packs” in Punjab. The new offer will allow its prepaid subscribers to pay any call made to the US and Canada at only one paisa per second. For this prepaid subscribers have to choose either a pack of Rs 59 with validity of 30 days or Rs 205 pack with a talk time of Rs 145 along with validity of 30 days.
“The people of Punjab have always been the true representatives of the Indian spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation—and most people in the state of Punjab have near and dear ones living abroad. Our new packs surely are cost-effective proposition for these people, allowing them the convenience of affordable calling to these countries. This is our way of thanking our loyal customers, and we are sure this will delight them and bridge all communication gaps between family members and friends,” said Rajeev Narayan, Vice-President, Corporate Affairs, Tata Teleservices Limited (more…)
Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), A state-run telecom operator has started a new price war in ISD ( International Subscriber Dialing ) Calls by announcing a huge Reduction of upto 80 % on 26 Selected Counteries. This Revised international calling tariff is available for both 2G, 3G and Prepaid, Postpaid subsribers. With this New Tariff ISD Calls made to USA, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand will be charged at just Rs.1 !! Other Countries are also Discounted heavily.
Now MTNL Delhi Subsrcibers can stay in touch with their loved ones at a Price which is just like making a STD calls and that too without any pack. The new Tariff is valid for 90 Days only.
Detailed Tariff of MTNL ISD CHARGES-: (more…)
Reliance Communications, India’s largest GSM and CDMA operator has launched an attractive and useful STV ( special tariff voucher ) to make affordable ISD calls for its prepaid users in Gujarat. Available at a nominal cost of mere Rs. 23 this ISD STV enables its subscribers to make your isd calls to any landline or mobile in USA and CANADA for 2 Rs per minute.
There are a large no. of Gujaratis settled down in USA and other countries and this STV will facilitate there relatives and loved one’s to be in touch at a cost of normal STD call. So far this is one of the cheapest ISD call offer in the country and again proves Reliance communications as a Telecom operator in masses.
Details of ISD STV 23:
Validty: 30 days
Call charges: 2.00 Rs. per minute for all isd calls made to only Landline and mobile of USD & Canada (more…)
S Tel, the recently launched mobile services brand, has introduced an exciting and unique ISD pack dubbed as “Passport pack” for some of the most calling destinations at a commitment of just Rs 24 for its prepaid users of Patna / Ranchi, Himachal Pradesh, Odisha telecom circles. Passport pack is one of the the most attractive ISD value pack in the market as One pack will work for selected 14 countries will give you the chance to make isd calls as low as 5 paisa per second.
Mr. Raj Kumar VK, Vice President- Marketing & Sales, S Tel said, “Our research indicates that over 70 % of all international calls by Indians are made to select 14 countries spread across US/UK/Canada, South East Asia, SAARC and Gulf regions. The Passport pack has been designed by understanding the international calling needs and behaviour of consumers in our circle. The product is a specially customized, value for money pack aimed at empowering all our consumers to make affordable international calls across any of these popular countries. “ (more…)