Continuing with its legacy of providing the best value to customers, Mumbai’s leading mobile service operator, Loop Mobile today announced the re-launch of its pay per second plan.
As per the new plan, Loop Mobile customers will be charged one paisa per second for all local and STD calls. While this offer is applicable to all new and existing prepaid subscribers of Loop Mobile, the existing subscribers can recharge with Rs 48 to avail this plan.
Commenting on the relaunch of one second plan, Sandip Basu, Chief Executive Officer, Loop Mobile, said, “We are happy to revive the one second plan for our subscribers to enable them to pay for their actual usage. To introduce plans that enhance user experience along with providing more value for money has always been in our legacy. Though Loop Mobile had pioneered the concept in 2004 and launched it across circles then, we find the market is more receptive to this offer due to increase in both access and acceptability. We are revisiting the service now and are confident that our customers will widely accept it.”
Loop Mobile has constantly been at the forefront of launching pioneering services. It has had several firsts to its credit in the Value Added Services (VAS) space which are technologically state-of-art and yet customer friendly. Loop Mobile was the first operator in the country to offer GPRS / MMS, caller ring tunes, missed called alerts, mobile tracker services, voice SMS. It also became the first telecom operator to deploy a Next Generation Internet Protocol network for uninterrupted service. Its also launched India’s first-ever premium Mobile service on a prepaid platform - ‘epaid’- with benefits of postpaid for its prepaid subscribers.
India Infoline News Service / 09:04, Jan 22, 2015
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