Gujarat shifts to the “sabse sasta” prepaid recharge plans. Gujarat enjoys sweet & simple connectiviby Abhjeet Kumar Seo Consultant
As the mobile phone stats for the financial year 2011-12 come in, most major telecom operators seem to be losing out lakhs of subscribers in Gujarat, while Uninor registers a substantially major gain in their subscriber base. Uninor honchos credit the outstanding gain to best prepaid services and viable prepaid mobile recharge plans.
In what is being seen as a major turn of the telecom tide, many major and national telecom network providers have registered an actual and substantial decrease in mobile subscriber base in the generally profitable Gujarat circle for the fiscal cycle of 2011-12. The number of subscribers lost range anywhere from one lakh to seven and a half lakhs. On the other side of the coin stands Uninor, which has registered a staggering increase of 11 lakh in its subscriber base.
Jinesh Hegde, circle business head for Uninor in Gujarat attributes this stand out, awe-inspiring gain to the simple philosophy of constantly focusing on the quality of basic services, whilst sticking to the core brand proposition of providing “pay less, talk more” plans, “We have chosen to focus on the services that the mass market really wants - voice, SMS, basic internet - and offering these at most affordable rates. At the same time, we constantly drive our own costs down to be able to sustain this affordability position. We also work very hard on our distribution and retail."
The subscribers in the Uninor Gujarat circle can avail the following prepaid mobile recharge online:
Full Talk Time packs
· Rs. 30 = Rs. 30
· Rs. 50 = Rs. 50
· Rs. 100 = Rs. 100
Extra Talk time packs
· Rs, 170 = Rs. 200
· Rs. 340 = Rs. 410
· Rs. 57 = 8000 STD secs (valid 28 days)
· Rs. 98 = 275 STD mins (valid 28 days)
· Rs. 4 = National Calling @ 1.2p/sec (valid 28 days)
· Rs. 45 = National Calling @ 30p/min (valid 28 days)
· Rs. 39 = 1000 national SMS free (valid 28 days)
· Rs. 46 = 2500 national SMS free (valid 28 days)
· Rs. 14 = 1 GB for 14 Days
· Rs. 47 = 1 GB for 28 days
· Rs. 89 = 2.5 GB for 28 days
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