Uninor has announced full time talk and lifetime validity for as low as Rs 10.
This value offering is available for all its customers in Andhra Pradesh who recharge for lower denominations of Rs 10, 20, 30, or 50.
Speaking on the launch of this offering, Satish Kumar Kannan, business head, AP circle, Uninor, said, "The new offering launched today presents cost effective and convenient options for our users in Andhra Pradesh to connect with loved ones. Here every rupee spent is earned by the user."
Uninor, owned by the Norway based Telenor group and India's Unitech, has pan-India UAS license to offer mobile telephony services in each of India's 22 circles.
It has also received spectrum to roll out these services in 21 of the 22 circles. At present, Uninor services are commercially available in the thirteen circles of UP (West), UP (East), Bihar, Orissa, Kolkata, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Mumbai, Maharashtra and Gujarat.
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