RCom ties up with Pacific Bangladesh Telecom
Reliance Communications announces a tie up with PBTL to provide its customers a part of eamless roaming in Bangladesh on CDMA handsets.business Updated: Jun 28, 2007 14:21 IST
Reliance Communications, a part of the Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, on Thursday announced a tie up with Pacific Bangladesh Telecom Limited (PBTL) to provide its customers Reliance Communications, a part of eamless roaming in Bangladesh on CDMA handsets.
Following the alliance with PBTL, which runs CDMA service under the name CityCell, Reliance CDMA users would now be able to roam in 200 countries, an RCom spokesperson said.
For local and national calls, charges would be Rs 18 per minute while calls into India would cost Rs 29 per minute and incoming calls Rs 18 per minute.
PBTL is a joint venture between Singapore Telecom and was the largest operator in Bangladesh.
RCom President (Personal Business) SP Shukla said this facility would benefit users in West Bengal, Assam and the northeast who regularly visit Bangladesh.
First Published: Jun 28, 2007 14:12 IST