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Telecom operator Telenor has announced its new offer in which the company is offering unlimited plans for their existing and new customers in AP&TS.
The company has come up with FRC448 plan for high usage customers in which users will get unlimited local & STD calls and high-speed 4G data (1 GB/day) for 84 days.
Shrinath Kotian, Circle Business Head, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Telenor India said, "We always align our efforts to the ever-changing needs of our customers. With these new plans, we are enabling our existing as well as new customers to make unlimited calls and talk to their loved ones without worrying about the bill."
Kotian said that "Telenor will continue to deliver maximum value for money to its customers through most affordable products and relevant services.
Telenor is serving nearly 4.75 million customers in the AP&TS circle with a promise to provide wider coverage & faster Internet connectivity across 16000+ towns in the circle. To avail, the benefits customers can visit any of the 216 Telenor stores or any of the 51,000 nearest point of sales in AP&TS.
Meanwhile another operator Vodafone India today announced the launch of SuperWeek plan, offering unlimited calling and loads of data at a never before price of Rs. 69.
With Vodafone SuperWeek, customers can make unlimited local and STD calls to any network bundled with 500 MB data at just Rs. 69* for a week.
In fact, Aircel also announced new offer in which it is providing the mobile backup solution, which enables its customers to take their mobile backup on cloud storage and use it on multiple devices. Aircel subscribers are able to back up their contacts, messages, images, videos, audios and other files.