Reliance 3G Postpaid Plans & PrePaid Tariff Plans

Reliance 3G Postpaid Plans & PrePaid Tariff Plans

Reliance is one of the reliable Telecom operators and recently Reliance came up with its 3G service traffic plans which are reasonable and impressive.

reliance 3g postpaid plans

Reliance is providing unlimited plans for 3G mobile broadband. You can get HSDPA 7.2 MB/s for Rs.2599 and HSPA 21MB/s speed for RS. 4499.

Reliance is also providing Mobile TV services and the price will be based on individual channel packs. There would be daily, weekly or monthly charges and there won’t be any separate data charges applicable.

For reliance prepaid and postpaid 3G mobile service here are the tariffs:

Reliance 3g postpaid plans

(monthly plans):

Monthly Rentals Voice Minutes SMS Data
Rs. 199 300 50 50 MB
Rs. 499 100 600 100 MB
Rs. 2,499 6000 6000 5 GB

reliance 3g Prepaid plans ( 30 days Validity ):

Price Pack Voice Minutes SMS Data
Rs. 299 300 100 200 MB
Rs. 699 600 600 500 MB

You don’t need to purchase a new SIM to enjoy 3G service, you can activate the above plans in your existing SIM. Apart from Reliance communication, Tata Indicom and Airtel, BSNL are also launching their 3G services in India. Do share with us which telecom provider you find most reliable for 3G services?

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{ 5 comments… add one }

  • Rehan December 27, 2010, 2:31 pm

    Hey any updates on 21MBps broadband by Reliance?? I believe that tata has started giving such a huge speed for internet access.


  • WhizTechy December 27, 2010, 2:50 pm

    Yeah Rehan, Reliance started its 21 MBps Speed for broadband.

  • technomedic@DiGi-PASSION

    December 27, 2010, 11:07 pm

    Currently all the plans of private operators are exorbitantly priced. Thus it is better to opt for state owned BSNL/MTNL connection which is way cheaper…what do you think???

  • WhizTechy December 28, 2010, 9:10 am

    Sure Technomedic, if state owned connections are reliable then you can for sure go for them. And BSNL/MTNL are providing good services.

  • utpal jyoti sut

    December 30, 2010, 6:35 pm

    don’t use bsnl or mtnl it’s pathetic … 3g @ max 45kbps . Reliance can be tried.

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