Reliance GSM Now Offers Unlimited Calling at Just Rs.199 For Postpaid Customers

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In a bid to stay alive in the congested telecom space, Reliance communications (RCOM) today revamped their all unlimited calling plans for postpaid customers. RCOM now offers unlimited voice calling and data combo plan starting at just Rs.199 to all postpaid customers across all circles.

Reliance GSM modified their Jalsa Unlimited postpaid plans. Rcom is offering Rs.100 discount on every Jalsa Unlimited postpaid plan for 12 months. The base plan starts with Rs.299 with effective Rental of Rs.199 offers unlimited voice calls to all networks, and 3GB data for 4G handset, 1GB data for 3G handset users. The 2nd plan will cost monthly rental of Rs.499 with an effective rental of Rs.399, offers unlimited calling to all network and 6GB of data for 4G Handset users and 2GB data for 3G handset users. The last plan at Rs.699 with an effective rental of Rs.599 will give customer unlimited voice calling benefit to any network plus 10GB data for 4G handset and 4GB data for 3G handset users.

Reliance Jalsa Unlimited postpaid plans also offer free Incoming & Outgoing calls on roaming on Rs.499 and Rs.699 rental plan. While Rs.299 plan will only offer free incoming calls in roaming, outgoing calls will be chargeable as per base plan. SMS are chargeable as 25p local & STD on every plan. The discount of Rs.100 on monthly rental on every postpaid plan is applicable for 12 months only.

All the above plans are now available online on Reliance official website for new and MNP customers. Customers opting for new connection can choose their own mobile number online from the list of available numbers. Customers buying new postpaid connection will get free delivery of their SIM card which is activated instantly. However, they will have to pay the security deposit of Rs.300 for a new postpaid connection which is refundable in case of cancellation the connection.

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  1. Suresh

    March 18, 2017 9:25 pm

    You lost me who was with Rcom for last 14 years since monsoon offer. I had 3 numbers but shifted to airtel only due to your unfriendly customer care executives. Best of luck for your losing business and customers

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  2. Arshad

    March 27, 2017 11:16 am

    3rd class network and 3rd class customer service. Unfair billing, You are paying for that service which you provide to your customers.

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