Huge Potential for the Indian Telecom Market in Near Future
This gadget has today become a part and parcel of life! It is always there by your side wherever you go, whether you are relaxing, working, or taking a nap. Yes, we are delving on the mobile phone. According to a survey, what majority of the population look for as soon as they wake up in the morning is the mobile phone. Such is the addiction for the device! Mobile service providers are only witnessing a boom in their revenues. With less than 20 percent of the Indian population using prepaid mobile service, there is huge potential for the Indian telecom market to witness a big boom further in the coming years. No wonder India is the fastest growing telecom market in the world. It is no surprise if you come across an urbanite using more than one prepaid mobile service. Thanks to the introduction of the dual sim phone. You may even come across the phone savvy freak who uses more than one mobile phone.
Prepaid mobile service users hardly consider the nitty-gritty of any top up or recharge option. What they consider are the talk time they enjoy and the call rates. The ultimate objective is making cheap calls in India for both local and STD circles. When we speak about the nitty-gritty of a prepaid mobile service, it is all about the processing fee, etc. According to the latest news on prepaid mobile service, subscribers in India have to pay an extra Rs. 1 every time they top up or recharge their mobile. This processing fee is applicable for prepaid mobile recharge for more than Rs. 20. Low-end users will thus not be affected with the increment. The amendment has been issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). So, the current processing fee for recharge of less than Rs. 20 is Rs. 2 and for Rs. 20 or more is Rs. 3. With service tax rates and processing fee being increased, cheap calls in India is indeed being affected. But there is a solution for those who want to stay connected for long. They can still enjoy cheap calls in India, all to their advantage.
No financial issues when it comes to staying connected with the people who matter to you the most! Get started using the services of the service provider that offers the choicest number of special tariff vouchers (STVs) and offers talk time plans round the year. You will not regret. These STVs will let you make cheap calls in India for both local and STD circles. There are dedicated STVs for the same. Worry not if you need to switch operators. You need not change your phone number. Just follow the formalities associated and you retain the same number with a new connection.
You can enjoy cheap calls in India with online prepaid mobile recharge that come with extra talk time. Higher the denomination of your prepaid mobile recharge, more are the extra talk time you get. No processing fee, only more talk time!
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