Allows Upto 10 Customers Owning Multiple Device To Share Voice, Data And Text On A Single Bill
Srinagar – Hot deals Reliance Communications (RCom) has introduced a new plan called “All Share Postpaid Plan” for all its GSM and CDMA postpaid customers in the country. Under the new plan, Reliance offers 3 connections at single rental of Rs. 1,497. Reliance says its new plan is aimed at the families who will now not need to pay multiple bills and recharges for different postpaid users.
The All Share Postpaid Plan – only for 3 members or 3 connections – wherein the members can share 3,000 mins of local / STD voice calls, 3,000 local / national SMS along with 3GB of 3G data per month and free calling amongst the family or group members on this plan. Along with this, all the members would also get the benefit of unlimited free local calls within the group. The number of connections in the family or group can be increased up to 10 at the incremental rental of Rs.499/- per connection with incremental benefits of 1,000 minutes of local / STD voice calls, 1000 local / national SMS and 1GB of 3G Data.
The All Share Postpaid Plan from RCom is available for all new and existing postpaid RCom subscribers. To popularise its new plan, RCom has introduced an advertising campaign featuring their brand ambassador “Anushka Sharma”.
“All Share Postpaid Plan is the first of its kind offering in the country to provide compelling new experience to subscribers using multiple smart communication devices with the exclusive facility to share Voice, Data and Text on a single bill giving them affordability along with great convenience,” says Sanjay Behl, Group Head Brand & Marketing, RCom Ltd. (Business Reporter)
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