Kolkata, Mar 25: Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), India’s leading telecommunications services provider, today announced new ISD call charges for Bangladesh and Nepal as part of its endeavour to simplify tariffs and improve customer convenience.
The new ISD call charges, which are currently available to Airtel prepaid mobile users, are the most affordable in the industry and eliminate the need for buying additional ISD packs to make calls to Bangladesh and Nepal. Airtel mobile customers can now enjoy the most competitive ISD tariffs with their regular recharge packs and bundles, a Bharti Airtel spokesperson on Monday said.
Calls to Bangladesh will now be charged at only Rs 2.99/minute (versus Rs. 12/minute earlier) representing a reduction of 75 per cent. Calls to Nepal will now be charged at Rs 7.99/minute (versus Rs 13 earlier) representing a reduction of appx. 40 per cent.
Ajai Puri, COO – Bharti Airtel said, “At Airtel, we strive to offer great value along with a world-class service experience to our customers. These new calling rates will further simplify tariffs and eliminate the need for special ISD packs for making calls to these neighbouring countries. Airtel retail and business customers will benefit immensely from these reduced rates and we are confident this will further drive the consumption of minutes on these routes.”
These new ISD rates will provide a major fillip to the growing socio-economic cooperation in the region, benefiting migrant population and businesses alike.
Airtel serves over 280 million mobile customers across the length and breadth of India. It offers exciting prepaid packs that bring the benefit of unlimited calling, large dollops of data and bundled content. Airtel has been consistently rated as the fastest network by multiple globally renowned platforms. (UNI)