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Airtel Mobile Pay Per Second Plans

Discussion in 'Airtel' started by swaps22, Oct 30, 2009.

  1. swaps22 Regulars

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    Customers will be charged 1 paise per second for all local and national long-distance calls within Bharti's network and 1.20 paise per second for calls to other network, it said.

    India's Bharti Airtel launches per-second billing | Industries | Technology, Media & Telecommunications | Reuters

    Airtel joins tariff war; introduces pay-per-second plan - India Business - Biz - The Times of India
     
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  2. maniaco Regulars Regulars

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    Thats good news !Waiting for VF to come with 1 paise plan in Karnataka !
     
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  3. deepmohan Newbie

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    For this one has to change the plan or all prepaid customers can avail this or does this thing has be activated, because i tried no changes yet... :pleasehelp:
     
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  4. tech_help Regular Regulars

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    dial 1213 to know the details.Its good for shorter calls.
     
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    Vodafone is more often the last one to offer such plans. It has the largest number of post-paid subscribers in the countryPer-second billing is way better for short calls. Too bad this offer will not be extended for Airtel post-paid subscribers for now.
     
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  6. swaps22 Regulars

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    Yesterday I called the CC and asked the tariffs(Assam).Existing customers recharge with Rs.75(LAPU)New customers recharge with Rs.77(LAPU)The service will be available from today.Tariff validity 1 year.Currently available only in prepaid.
     
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    in Karnataka just recharge for rs 64 and you will converted into new freedom plan. just dial 12131 for more info. tariff 1 year.
     
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    tariff 1 year.

    This literally sucks. Telecom operators really have stupid conditions for schemes. Fair usage policy and limited validity of offers should be monitored and penalized by TRAI.

    Unfortunately in our country the regulator wakes up after the damage has been done. As an example: After Dish, Tata Sky etc were launched and had millions of subsribers, TRAI woke up one day saying that all the STBs should be interoperable since both were using MPEG2 technology. This never took off, despite TRAI having a legal clause for all DTH businesses in India.

    No one really cares for their consumers, everyone focusses on making a fast buck without bearing in mind that if you focus on the revenue giver - the customer - then their profitability will automatically increase at a much faster pace.

    Too bad!
     
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  9. chromaniac It wasn't me. Moderators Regulars

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    heh. we have a raja as the telecom minister. `
     
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  10. shtiwari Newbie

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    State Existing New customersHP 64 66 DEL 94 99 CHN 64 69 AP 66 67 KK 64 66 MP 64 69 PB 94 97 HAR 64 65 MUM 64 69 UPW 64 69 GUJ 76 82 MAH 64 69 KER 64 67 TN 64 69 KOL 64 67 UPE 64 69 JK 78 79 WB 64 67 BH 73 74 OR 68 69 RAJ 70 71 AS 75 77 NE 75 77 Tarrif validity one year
     
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