Reliance Infocomm launches STV
RELIANCE INFOCOMM has launched a pocket-friendly recharge voucher for Reliance India Mobile users in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.Updated: Mar 30, 2006 14:26 IST
RELIANCE INFOCOMM has launched a pocket-friendly recharge voucher for Reliance India Mobile users in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
The new voucher, called ‘Special Tariff Voucher’ (STV), is priced at Rs 49 and enables the subscribers to make local/intra-circle and inter-circle calls at much lower rates.
While local/intra-circle calls to Reliance India mobile cost 15 paise per minute, calls to Reliance fixed phones within the circle cost 80 paise/minute.
Calls to non-Reliance mobiles within the circle will cost 49 paisa a minute and calls to other fixed-line phones within the circle will cost Rs 1.19 per minute. All inter-circle calls outside Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh will cost Rs 1.49 per minute.
A spokesman for the company said here that the voucher will be valid for 30 days from the recharge day or till the subscriber’s main pre-paid account is active.
So, users are advised to load this voucher immediately after they have recharged their account with regular voucher. The offer is currently available on e-recharge across Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. The benefit of the STV 49 will be available for 30 days or till the subscriber’s main prepaid account is in active state.
If the subscriber recharges with any other RCV (e-recharge or paper) other than freedom RCV, while his STV is still valid, he will lose the benefit of the STV.
This voucher is a top-up voucher, the benefit of which is available as long as the main Pre-paid account in valid. This voucher does not offer any validity on its own. As a special introductory offer, this voucher will come with a talktime of Rs 20.
Reliance Infocomm Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh circle CEO Shantanu Chakrabarty said, “We have launched this special voucher based on market feedback and it is designed to benefit our subscribers in the two states who have a high calling requirement. It combines the benefits of low tariff rates along with low commitment”.
First Published: Mar 30, 2006 14:26 IST