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Finally Reliance CDMA is back with HTC CDMA+GSM Dual SIM Mobile Offer On EMI With Zero Rental Plans

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#1 sathishq

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 04:44 PM

Its a big surprise for me, I have received an email from my Office stating that I will get Free Mobile with Reliance CDMA Plan.
 
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Posted 20 February 2014 - 07:30 PM

What would be the cost of these phones if we purchase them outright and how much would we be paying in excess to Reliance to get this unlimited offer.Guess could be worthwhile for heavy callers maybe not for all.



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Posted 20 February 2014 - 07:56 PM

18 months emi tenure?

Ankit its 24 months emi



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Posted 23 February 2014 - 01:00 AM

Any clue when this will come for Mango people??, 2899 looks yummy enough for htc one ds


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Posted 23 February 2014 - 04:29 AM

Hi Rohit,

I don't know what is mango people! It's for all circles where they don't have gsm 3g license.

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 07:08 AM

Finally the American subsidized module is happening here. its getting easier and practical to acquire and use good devices.
First Apple and now HTC.;):rolleyes:

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 08:10 AM

True, its a surprise that Reliance has managed to put a wide smile on the man-goes.. went to their website www.rcom.co.in & also saw Nokia Lumia Gsm phones bundled with monthly plans y5e2evyn.jpg

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 12:10 PM

This is the worst thing that can happen...carrier locked devices, delayed software updates, disabled hardware (FM Radio, Tethering)...you want all that ?

Stick to open market devices....



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Posted 23 February 2014 - 12:20 PM

from rcom website !

Upgrade to the incredibly smart HTC Desire XC spacer.gif

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Check out our offers with the HTC Desire XC: Special Online Price for Reliance Subscribers Special Offer on Online Purchase of Desire XC rupee_img1.gif17,500 Get your New HTC Desire XC on 6 Months EMI with 0% Interest and 0 Processing Fees spacer.gifTerms & Conditions:

  • Offer applicable for Reliance CDMA Prepaid Subscribers
  • Recharge of 103 compulsory every month to get the 3GB Data
  • To activate EVDO/high Speeds on new acquisitions Pls contact Reliance Customer

Edited by ::Hitesh::, 23 February 2014 - 12:21 PM.

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 02:10 PM

Well i see it here and when you lookup, you can see the remaining HTC DS phones & the Lumia GSM phones. But i m a bit apprehensive of their processes, how should we go about it.

Gurus , pls throw some light

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 04:53 PM

This is the worst thing that can happen...carrier locked devices, delayed software updates, disabled hardware (FM Radio, Tethering)...you want all that ?
Stick to open market devices....


Most phones bought and discussed on this forum are originally USA carrier locked. Without them the whole cdma scene in India would have been boring and stagnant.
Our forum gurus always have hidden tricks up their sleeves for the rest of us mangoe members.
You only need open market devices if you keep shuffling your network regularly or buy new phones only to sell them soon.
Rimweb essentially comprises of rcdma users.

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 05:24 PM

This is the worst thing that can happen...carrier locked devices, delayed software updates, disabled hardware (FM Radio, Tethering)...you want all that ?
Stick to open market devices....

My wife had discussion with reliance marketing people at my office. It's not network locked, only part is that they will block the whole amount from your credit card for two years, every month they will release the amount as per your plan.

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 06:10 PM

^ I understand the role of RimWeb in CDMA scene....

Americans themselves are moving away from the carrier locked, carrier subsidized model.

 

Carrier locked is always bad because it kills competition - Verzion Sprint AT&T dictate everything to the customers and they are left with lesser and lesser options. Similar to the petroleum scenario here in India.

OpenMarket devices encourage competition as the user can easily move away....if they find better options. This is the reason of vast success of GSM over CDMA.

 

Coming to the tricks of our forum gurus - these are only useful as long as its legal - if India too makes it illegal to unlock phones like USA, or if the kill switch on smart phones being contemplated on US Congress comes into force - this whole scene would disappear.

 

What I mean here is - the carrier locked/ carrier subsidized model is ultimately bad for the end user in the long run - just like WalMart - kills competition.
 

I really hope CDMA thrives well - but unfortunately its fading away :(



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Posted 23 February 2014 - 06:52 PM

So you would rather have customers pay whatever open market prices handset manufacturers dictate owing to their whimsical and exorbitant marketing cost due to fancy ads endorsed by celebrities. Everyone frequently launching 'flagship'models with unnecessarily hiked prices cos they decide to up the ante by increasing screen resolution or overclocked chips or megapixels. Rarely you see true technological marvel due to pure innovation and research.
Handsets and tablets have almost become a synonym to show off status symbols.
Does we actually need constant successors to our devices and their prices reaching thresholds of 60-70k?

None the less being locked to carrier gives you a chance at not just owning the top grade stuff at subsidised rates but also special tariff plans. In USA you can even upgrade your handset if you fulfill certain contract terms.
It's the peace of mind with affordability and quenched desire to own a good gadget.

Each module has its own merits and cons mate.

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