It also provides 25 local and national minutes per month for six months and 25 MB data valid for 30 days.
GSM service provider, Aircel has announced a new plan for Delhi circle. Called as FRC (first recharge coupon) 95, it provides customers an extensive validity of 6 months with a tariff of 40 paisa per minute on local and STD calls. Also, customers will get 25 local and national minutes per month for six months and 25 MB data valid for 30 days.
Anil Gupta, regional manager - north, Aircel, said, "With this product, a customer can go for balance through any recharge mode and continue using value for money tariff benefit. Also, customer will get 25 Local & National minutes every month for 6 months. Aircel believes in product innovation keeping customer needs in mind and strives to offer innovative products and services to meet these needs."
Some of the noteworthy products launched by Idea in the Delhi market are Pocket Internet 24 plan which provides 100MB data for 30days, Full Talk time recharges, Aircel Campus Plan, Local and STD calls @ 10p/min(Aircel to Aircel).
Aircel has 4G band in Andhra pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Assam, the North East and J&K.
The offer is available in all circles of Aircel but at different price points.
Reliance, which also has 4G spectrum in Andhra Pradesh, is expected to roll out the services by this year end.
The smartphones will be based on Android operating system and will come in different price brackets.
Aircel has announced new ebook store that encompasses vast catalogue of digital readable files for the users to download on smartphones, tablets and PC.
It has introduced two rate cutters using which you can make local calls at 10 paisa per second.
Aircel customers will be able to access versions of Wikipedia in English, Hindi, Tamil, and 17 other Indic languages.
Aircel is offering free unlimited Aircel to Aircel calls between 6:00AM to 9:00AM for 30 days.
Furthermore, with a view to help general public in locating relatives who were in Uttarakhand during the recent calamity, Aircel has opened helpline numbers, +91 9716215000 and +91 9716218000.
Airtel has already announced a similar offering sometime back.