RComm launches free calls pack for prepaid CDMA customers

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Mumbai, May 6 (IANS) Mobile services major Reliance Communications, part of the Anil Dhirubhai Ambani group, Thursday launched a new prepaid CDMA pack which will enable customers to make free calls to other numbers on the network and limited free calls to other networks.

Under the ‘Simply Unlimited CDMA’ offer, RComm customers can make unlimited local calls to other customers on its network and limited free calls to other networks at a monthly cost of Rs.299, the company said.

For long-distance calls, customers can avail of a monthly package of Rs.599 to make as many free calls to numbers on the network, but will again be able to make only a limited number of free calls to other networks.

‘Both the unlimited packs are subject to fair usage condition of 30 minutes per day (900 minutes per month) and applies to offnet calls. Beyond 30 minutes per day, these calls will be charged at 50 paise per minute,’ said a company statement.

The new packs are valid for both new and existing customers and the calls can be to a mobile or landline.

‘The launch of Simply Reliance Initiative last year simplified the confusion resulting out of thousands of tariff plans. With the launch of our new pack today, we aim to address the customers’ need of a large group who do not wish to be bogged down by concerns related to balance, recharges,’ said Syed Safawi, chief executive – Wireless Business, Reliance Communication.

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