Mobile Internet on Reliance CDMA
Posted 28 March 2011 - 01:18 PM
This is regarding mobile internet charges on Reliance CDMA. As per their website following are the charges for Mobile Internet:
Default Plan: 50p/1MB per session, Day Pass Rs. 10/25MB 24hr validity, Monthly Plans: Rs. 299/Download & Browsing allowed (Content charges separate), Rs. 99/Only Browsing allowed,Rs.199/750MB,Rs.99/300MB. 50p/1MB per session would be charged beyond quota. Network Usage charges of 5p/10kb apply for all the above plans.
Suppose I subscribe to Rs. 99/300 MB plan. After NUC my total usage charges will be (1024/10)*5p*300 = Rs. 1536+99 = Rs. 1635
I don't know if I am missing anything in my calculation but seriously this ain't going to keep them in business for long given the tariffs like this. There are better 3G plans available in market now which are far more competitively priced.
Posted 28 March 2011 - 04:58 PM
Posted 29 March 2011 - 09:26 AM
Though i am not aware of Netconnect Plans for preapid, on default u will be charged 60p/min
On Rworld Plans u need to pay NUC
Which makes no sense to subribing those plans
Press button if anything from my side was helpful
Posted 29 March 2011 - 11:42 AM
That's the problem buddy.. the NUC is in addition to the plan you subscribe to.
why are u multiplying by 300??
it is like this--suppose u use 301MB.
Then, for first 300MB - it will cost u 99/-
Then, for next 1 MB --it will be charges as 5p/10kb or 5/MB (approx)
so total for 301MB will be approx 99+5 =104
Posted 30 March 2011 - 05:10 PM
No NUC, nothing. Just subscribe for the internet, use it and pay for it. That's it. No back-biting like Reliance.
Netconnect plans, as suggested by Parin, is also too costly, 60p/minute
Posted 31 March 2011 - 10:17 PM
Posted 20 June 2011 - 10:44 AM
My data plan post paid rs 99 per month- 2.5 gb free.. No hidden charges. No matter you use it in phone or through pc unless you are using less than 2.5 gb its free!
They asked me when i was doing MNP whats the reason. I told them the data plan thing and they were like, in a few months new plans will come! I was like this is the same story since the beginning.
Only one issue.. Network is not that great compared to CDMA. If this irresponsible company had proper business executives they could have made CDMA a lot better.
Posted 20 June 2011 - 01:08 PM
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