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Reliance Communications announces 'Hello Capital Plan'

Written by: Staff

Mumbai, July 3: Reliance Communications Ltd has announced that on July 03, 2006, the launch of its latest exciting offer 'Hello Capital Plan', which enables the Reliance customers to make calls between state capitals at the focal call rates of 40 paisa per minute.

Under the Hello Capital plan, a Reliance Hello customer (with '32' series numbering plan) will enjoy a special tariff of Rs 1.20/- per 3 minutes (same as local call charge of 0.40 paisa per minute) for a Reliance Hello to Reliance Hello call between state capitals.

Applicable on all the tariff plans in postpaid and prepaid Reliance Hello phones, this plan will benefit the entire, gamut of customer segments including traders, small&medium entrepreneurs, executives, families residing in state capitals. In other words, an individual working in Delhi can make calls to his relatives&friends in Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Lucknow, Kolkata and many more capital cities at local call rate. Reliance Hello Capital is a step towards shrinking the distance between the 19 state capitals by changing the dynamics of Long Distance tariffs to Local call rates.

In a statement here, the Reliance Hello Capital Plan, Mr S P Shukla President (Wireless business) of the Company said, "In our constant endeavour to give the best to our customers, we have formulated this fabulous plan. I am sure this plan will bring Reliance Hello customers closer to his near&dear ones; and connect the business partners than ever before without worry for high telephone bills." The Company has taken up a massive awareness building campaign for the product through print, audio and audio-visual media in all the state capitals across the country. This tariff is available to all Reliance Hello customers in 19 state capitals with '32' numbering plan.


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