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BPL Mobile revises tariff in Kerala

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KOCHI, Jan. 25

BPL Mobile has announced the revision of tariff structure in Kerala .

Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, Mr R.A.Venkitachalam, Chief Operating Officer, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, said the new rates meant superior value for money for subscribers. The company had re-introduced `Friday incoming free calls' due to popular demand, he added.

The significant highlights of the new post-paid cards include single flat rate for outgoing and incoming airtime usage of Rs 2 and Rs 2.50 per minute on the new value 675 and 375 plans respectively. It also contains free incoming minutes on post-paid tariff plans; 100 and 25 minutes respectively on the two new plans.

The features of the new pre-paid pricing are Mots starter pack at an MRP of Rs 500 with STD and ISD facility, single flat rate for outgoing and incoming calls of Rs 3.50 per minute, 50 per cent discounted rates for usage between 10 pm and 8 am, free airtime for receiving calls from other BPL Mobile Kerala subscribers etc.

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