Reliance communication goes cheaper in three states
By Anoop Kumawat 7 May, 2010 at 10:07:00 AM Description:
India's one of the largest Telecom company, Reliance Communication(RCom) is offering a new unlimited call scheme for CDMA subscribers in three states including Punjab, Harayana and Himachal Pradesh. The company believes 25-30 percent growth in respective market by the launch of new scheme. Reliance CDMA currently has
subscribers base of 25 lakh in three states. “In Punjab, the mobile
communication market bringing the highest average revenue Rs. 325 per user among all three states. Right now, the average revenue of Punjab market is not still much better as against other metro cities," Reliance Communications CEO (Punjab, Haryana, HP
and J&K) Arvind Kumar told. Reliance Communications, the flagship company of Anil Dhirubhai Ambani has recently declared the two new offers of unlimited local
calling for its CDMA base customers.