Delhi: Idea Cellular Ltd, the leading cellular services
provider in India, has unveiled its new postpaid and prepaid
tariff plans for their consumers of Delhi/NCR.
a part of the revised tariffs, Idea Cellular has reduced
the airtime tariff by a whopping 43 per cent on postpaid.
For the prepaid customers, the proposition just got better
customers can now enjoy an outgoing airtime rate
as low as Rs 2 per minute which is 16 per cent lower than
any other prepaid offering in the market.
Idea Cellular chief operating officer Himanshu Kapania:
Our superior technology and infrastructure gave
us an edge when we entered the Delhi market as the fourth
cellular operator. Now, it is the same technology and
infrastructure that has enabled us to offer highly innovative,
competitive and customer friendly tariff plans for both
postpaid and prepaid customers on Delhis only congestion-free
addition to the affordable new tariffs, Idea Cellular
customers continue to enjoy exclusive Idea innovative
products on both prepaid and postpaid.
an electronic discount coupon
Life: useful yellow pages for Delhi
SMS: to add that desi touch
chat on MSN, Yahoo, ICQ right on the handset without
paying ISP and dial-up charges
Customers can send pictures, photos, audio or video clips
after signing up for MMS activation. For the first time
in India even a prepaid customer can enjoy this hi-tech
feature. Ideas superior infrastructure enables its
post-paid consumer to enjoy GPRS that enables the customer
the net on his handset
a laptop with the mobile using infrared port and surf
while travelling in a car
and download data from any site
paying any connect charges
customer pays only for what s/he downloads or uploads
at an unbelievably low rate of 30 paise per KB.
Cellular, formerly Birla Tata AT&T, is Indias
premier and fastest-growing cellular company, promoted
by the countrys largest business houses, the Aditya
Birla group and the Tata group, and the worlds largest
telecom giant, AT&T Wireless, USA. The company has
its footprints in the seven circles of Andhra Pradesh,
Chattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra
(excluding Mumbai) and Delhi.