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Published on: 2017-11-28     92 times read    0  Comments

Ncell Brings New Voice Packs at More Affordable Tariffs

November 28: Ncell has introduced four new voice packs for its prepaid users. The new voice packs have come into effect from November 23 for a period of 90 days, reads a press statement issued by the company. Under these packs, customers can subscribe to daily, weekly and monthly voice packs. Customers can now also subscribe three-day voice pack under the scheme.

Customers can enjoy up to 700 minutes in a month with the new voice packs. Under this offer, customer can get daily voice pack of 20 minutes talk time at Rs 15 including taxes. The new weekly voice pack offers 120 minutes talk time at Rs 70 including taxes. Likewise, newly introduced 3-day voice pack offers 50 minutes of talk time at Rs 30 including taxes. Similarly, the monthly voice pack of 700 minutes talk time can be availed at Rs 300, which means customers taking new monthly voice pack can enjoy per minute call at 43 paisa only.

A daily voice pack minute is valid for 24 hours, while the validity of the weekly voice pack minutes is seven days. Similarly, the three-day voice pack has validity of three days and the monthly voice pack is valid for 30 days. Once the validity period expires or talk time finishes, customers will be charged at the prevailing tariff. The prevailing charge for on net call is Rs 2.50 (including taxes) per minute. All voice pack minutes are applicable to make a call to any Ncell number.

“We are delighted to introduce four new voice packs by adding extra value for our customers in basic voice service,” said Pranay Acharya, corporate services director of Ncell. “This scheme is a part of our commitment to provide quality services at affordable rates.”

“There is no change in the existing voice packs and customers still can buy them as per their need. Customers can buy these new packs as many times as they want, as per their communication need,” mentions the press release issued by the company. They can buy or activate the voice service packs through channels including USSD, IVR, SMS and Ncell Mobile App, it reads.

 

 


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