Reliance Communications, the country’s fully integrated telecommunications service supplier, has rolled out its best value ‘Master Plan’ for its GSM prepaid clients in the state of Karnataka.
Master Plan, RCom’s exclusive multi-advantage recharge provide packs for its novel and subsisting GSM prepaid clients in the state with recharge packs, which are obtainable in three denominations comprising Rs. 46/- and Rs. 101/- for novel clients and Rs. 74/- for subsisting clients, with a validity of around 6 months.
The Master Plan is the only prepaid plan available in the market, which provides local calling around Rs. 5 paise a minute within the Reliance system together with local calling around Rs. 30 paise a minute to another network.
The client gets the advantage of complete talk time on all top-ups together with 500 megabyte data utilization free on a monthly basis and all local and countrywide sms to be valued at Rs. 5 paise only.
This top value product offers up a unique facility to its potential clients whereby on recharge of Rs. 46; clients can use up 4,500 seconds of free calling to any network with a validity of 30 days while on recharge of Rs. 101, the client obtains 10,000 seconds of free calling to other network with two months legality.
While talking about this best value product in state launch, Mr. Hemant Dadlani, Hub Head, Karnataka, Reliance Communications Limited stated, “We are always looking to introduce the best in class products and services for our customers and with the launch of ‘Master Plan’ a best value based product, we intend to excel in our quest for the same. Every Reliance GSM subscriber can now enjoy the best Local and STD call rates along with uninterrupted Data and SMS services at the lowest rate across networks in Karnataka.”
This best value prepaid product is particularly customized to magnetize novel subscribers on the Reliance GSM network in addition to increase AON of the subsisting subscribers and assures to meet up the avid demands of clients with high Local and STD calling, Data and SMS utilization with a single recharge in the state.