Available in Delhi/NCR, it offers 333 local and STD minutes, special tariff of 5 paisa per minute for local Aircel to Aircel calls, 1 GB data and 2000 SMS for 3 months at Rs 149.
Aircel has launched a new plan, called 'Campus Special', in Delhi/NCR region. Priced at Rs 149, the product is aimed at students who are taking college/university admissions in the city as the new session begins.
Campus Special plan offers 333 local and STD minutes, special tariff of 5 paisa per minute for all local Aircel to Aircel calls, 1 GB data and 2000 local/national SMS for a period of three months for only Rs 149.
Anil Gupta, circle head, New Delhi and Haryana, Aircel said, "Aircel's new 'Campus Special' plan allows the youth to savour the irresistible platter of services - talk, text and surf. Staying connected is the foremost need of today's youth and this plan caters to just that."
The offer is available to all the students of all the colleges and universities in Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR). You will need to show collage ID to get the offer.
Aircel is currently holding digital campaigns Aircel Street Plays in various colleges of Coimbatore.
Aircel's 'Gramin Healthcare Line' is available for customers across Odisha, however, the physical consultations are available in 6 districts of Odisha as of now.
The offer will be available throughout India with different validity across circles.
There are three other offers offering 1GB, 3GB and 7.5GB of unlimited 2G or 3G data.
Subscribers can enjoy free Aircel to Aircel local calls every morning between 6AM to 8AM for just Re.1.
Aircel has also joined hands with Snapdeal to sell its data packs online.
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.
It also provides 25 local and national minutes per month for six months and 25 MB data valid for 30 days.
Reliance, which also has 4G spectrum in Andhra Pradesh, is expected to roll out the services by this year end.