LUCKNOW: Telenor India, in accordance with its brand’s core promise- ‘Full Paisa Vasool’- has extended the benefits of free unlimited night Internet surfing and voice calling to all its subscribers.With this new offer, Telenor customers can now enjoy the benefits of free unlimited Internet surfing between 11 pm to 7 am and free unlimited Telenor to Telenor local calls between 12 am to 6 am Web Posting Reviews.
The company said that it has seen a huge surge in data users and in order to extend the benefits to maximum customers, free unlimited night Internet surfing has been made available to all existing Telenor 2G and 4G data packs.
Similarly to meet the calling needs of customers; Telenor has introduced free unlimited night local calls (Telenor to Telenor) in STV (special tariff voucher) 15 and STV 33. During normal hours these STVs will offer low call rates of 25 paise /min for all local calls with a validity of 28 days and 90 days respectively.
Speaking on the occasion, Narendran KC, Circle Business Head, UP East, Telenor India said, “Indian festivals reinforce family and social bonding. In this digital era, mobile connectivity has brought everyone closer. With people wanting to connect with their friends and exchange best wishes during the festival season, it is imperative for us to be relevant and affordable for customers by giving them the best of voice and data experience with seamless connectivity. Our new products ensure that Telenor customers always get maximum value for the mobile recharge.”
Customers can avail these offers at their nearest retail outlets trough e-load or paper voucher, through online recharge or by simply dialing *222*7*MRP# from their mobile phones. Currently, Telenor has over 705 distributors, 410 exclusive stores and 105444 Point of Sale and serves nearly 11 million customers in the UP East circle.
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