Airtel launches 'Dial a postpaid' scheme
Airtel launches a tariff plan of Rs 400, in which a customer can make local calls at 50 paise, all STD calls at Rs 1 and 800 local minutes and SMS free of charge.business Updated: May 20, 2008 15:16 IST
Telecom services provider Bharti- Airtel on Tuesday announced the launch of "Dial a Postpaid" for mobile users at their doorsteps.
With a tariff plan of Rs 400, a customer can make local calls at 50 paise, all STD calls at Rs 1 and 800 local minutes and SMS free of charge, a company press release here said.
"This new launch of 'Dial-a-Postpaid' is yet another initiative by Airtel to make mobile services easily available to the masses at their doorstep" Bharti-Airtel CEO (Mobile Services-Tamil Nadu) Rajiv Rajagopal said.
Customers are also offered assistance to transfer their current SIM card memory to their new SIM card for the connection. The facility is being offered at no extra cost, he said.
Customers can also get the new connection without any entry deposit for STD/ISD facility and interested prepaid customers can also migrate to this plan, it said.
Bharti Airtel Ltd, a group company of Bharti Enterprises, as of March 2008 has 64.26 million customers, of which 61.98 million are its mobile users, the release added.