Bharti Airtel's calling card, Airtel Call Home, has a new tariff plan that enables expatriates living in the USA to make calls to India at one paisa per second.
The $6.99 (Rs 350) plan comes with an administration fee of $0.49 (Rs 25), offering customers a tariff of 0.03 cents (one paisa) per second on the balance $6.50 (Rs 300). The plan has a validity of 30 days.
Airtel had earlier launched offers such as 'India One'- a one cent calling plan to circles across India, and 'Mharo Plan'- for calling to Gujarat, Mumbai, Maharashtra and Rajasthan, meant for Indian expatriates staying in the USA. It enables NRIs to make calls to India even if the phone doesn't have international calling facility.
Airtel CallHome is available in the USA, the UK, Canada and Singapore. A user can sign up for Airtel CallHome online and can select a calling plan by registering up to three phone numbers, an email address and other personal information. The payment can be done online. After signing up, a subscriber can use one of the registered phone numbers to make a call by dialling a toll-free access number and entering the destination number.
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