Now make calls from US to India for 1 cent per minuteApril 8th, 2009 - 9:15 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, April 8 (IANS) Leading telecom service provider Bharti Airtel Wednesday launched a new offer for its US customers which will enable them to make calls to India at 1 cent per minute using online calling cards.
“With our IndiaOne Offer, we are delighted to take the lead in offering the best value for US to India calling. Our tariff at 1 cent per minute is a compelling customer proposition and is in line with Airtel’s commitment to make calling to India more affordable,” Airtel executive director Syed Safawi said.
“Through this offer, we are looking at delivering unmatched value to the three million strong NRI population in the US, who reach out to their friends and family in India,” he added.
Airtel has also launched a number of new features for its US consumers, including auto recharge, free SMS from the web and audio conferencing facilities.
Airtel subscribers can buy this calling card for $10 by logging on to the company’s website.
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