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Aircel Launches GSM Mobile Services In Haryana

|June 27 2010 |Industry News, Mobile Operators

The fifth largest telecom operator Aircel has launched its GSM mobile services in Haryana. With a subscriber base of over 40 million, the company has rolled out its 20th circle with Haryana and has also brought variety of telecom plans to meet the needs of the consumers in Haryana. Aircel introduces an inbuilt tariff on STD calls wherein the first minute is at 75p, and the second minute onwards at 50p. Also, the On-net STD is offered at 50p/ per minute.

AirCelLogoThe company has launched a package worth Rs 5 wherein the user can avail maximum value for money i.e. talk time for Rs 4.50 at 50p/per minute on the same day. "To address the migrants/travellers, there are attractive discounts on roaming to neighboring states like Delhi, UP and HP. Further-more, Aircel offers free calling value on seconds /minutes plan," said the company. The company also introduces Pocket Internet cards which offer the consumers unlimited browsing, dialer tunes, free games and wall papers for a period of 30days at Rs 98.

Gurdeep Singh, Chief Operating Officer, Aircel, said, "We are proud to be here in Haryana and present to our customers a national brand with a strong local connect. We will be introducing products and services uniquely tailored to meet the special needs of our Haryana consumers. With mobile penetration of 57% in Haryana, there are a lot of segment based needs that an operator can fulfill for better consumer satisfaction."

"We will also offer a rich bouquet of VAS services with localised-content, this would include SMS, music, CRBT, local-information and entertainment VAS offerings."

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