Reliance Communications’ One Bill plan promises 50% savings

Telecom Lead India: Reliance Communications has unveiled One Bill for the family concept in India.

(source: ciol.com)

Reliance Communications is the first Indian telecom operator and third mobile service provider globally to offer such a value proposition for postpaid customers.

The plan, as claimed by Reliance Communications, enables users to save upto 50 percent.

As part of the plan, Reliance Communications will offer free 3000 minutes of Local/STD voice calls, 3000 Local/National SMS and 3GB of 3G Data available on a sharing basis.

Moreover, there will be unlimited free local calling amongst the members on this plan within the group.

Users can have a single rental of Rs 1497 for 3 connections, and can share Voice, Data and Text.

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 1000 mins of Local / STD voice calls, 1000 Local / National SMS and 1GB of 3G Data.

Benefits of the plan include: freedom for all postpaid customers from paying multiple bills and recharges.

All Share Postpaid Plan is aimed at strengthening Reliance Communications’ presence among high-value customers.

After a long-time, India’s Postpaid customers are going to benefit from this kind of revolutionary scheme. Usually all domestic mobile operators target pre-paid customers with innovative schemes and pricing.

Reliance Communications will target corporate and SME customer segments along with HNI households.

“In line with our continuous efforts to offer value proposition to our customers, “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,” said Sanjay Behl, group head – Brand & Marketing, Reliance Communications.

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