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Aircel introduces the lowest ISD rate cutters in Chennai and ROTN circles

Offers subscribers special festival bonanza

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Aircel, one of the fastest growing telecom service providers in India with over 13.12 million customers in the country and a leader in Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Assam and North-East announced the launch of lowest ISD Rate Cutters in Chennai and Rest Of Tamil Nadu circles for its customers that offer calls to Malaysia and Singapore.

The new product ushers in the festive season by providing the best value proposition to subscribers and enables them to make calls to Malaysia and Singapore at economical rates. A recharge coupon worth Rs. 96 offers an ISD call at Rs 3 per minute while a recharge coupon worth Rs. 29, offers an ISD call at Rs. 3.5 per minute. By using these recharge coupons, subscribers will be able to save 53% and 45% respectively. This is in line with the company’s endeavour to make international calling more affordable and thus deliver greater value to its growing subscriber base.

As Malaysia and Singapore witness a high residing population of Tamilians, Aircel has initiated this offer specially to enable the subscribers in Tamil Nadu to talk to their close ones during the season that marks high festivity.

The rate cutters introduced by Aircel aim to provide value-for-money, while enhancing end-user convenience. Customers can look forward to many such beneficial offers from the stable of Aircel as the company gears up to be a pan India operator.

About Aircel
Aircel, a part of Maxis Communications Berhad, Malaysia, is India’s fifth largest GSM mobile service provider with a subscriber base of over 13.12 million and is one of the fastest growing mobile operator in the country. In its current markets, Aircel is the number two operator with an 18.2 percent cumulative market share. It is also the market leader in Tamil Nadu, Assam, North-East and Chennai. Aircel is now present in 10 Telecom Circles (Kolkata, Assam, Bihar, Chennai, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, North East, Orissa, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal) and with spectrum secured for the remaining 13 (total of 23 circles in India), the company is on track to become a leading Pan-India Operator. For more information, please log on to

First Published: Fri, October 24 2008. 00:00 IST