Aircel Launches Video Calling Benefits Offering as Low Rates as 1.6 Paisa Per Second

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In its quest to take a lead in the country's data revolution, Indian telecom operator Aircel, has launched an exciting video calling benefits across its 3G circles.

Aircel Launches Video Calling Benefits at 1.6 Paisa Per Second

Thus Aircel customers can now enjoy new tariffs of 1.6 paisa per second on video calls (Aircel to Aircel). There is ‘Extra' reason to cheer for Aircel customers apart from standard data benefits offered in Aircel products PI 29 and PI 128, now Aircel customers will be able to enjoy ‘Extra' video calling benefits (Aircel to Aircel) of 10 minutes and 100 minutes respectively. Aircel aims to increase data usage and penetration by offering more value to its customers.

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Take a look at the new video calling tariffs and ‘Extra' benefits

Aircel to Aircel ‘Video Calls' Tariff will now cost only 1.6 paisa per second. While the ‘Extra' benefits on PI 128 will offer 100 mins Aircel to Aircel video calls, within validity of PI-128. And ‘Extra' benefits on PI 29 will offer 10 mins Aircel to Aircel video calls, within validity of PI-29.

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K.Kadhiravan,Circle Business Head, Aircel, Karnataka, said, "Indian market is currently going through a data revolution and is witnessing exponential upsurge in data usage and penetration. For youth, data has become the most imperative tool to communicate and stay connected 24X7. We believe that with new video call tariffs, we have catered to the rise in demand for data and will be able to strike the right chord with our customers. Video calling adds an emotional personal touch to the communication between friends and family and with ‘Extra' video calling benefits exclusively for Aircel users; we aim to strengthen the community of Aircel customers to surge ahead in the data space."

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