Reliance Communications has inked an exclusively partnership with to Google promote Android handsets in India. Under the two year partnership, R-COM will create exclusive data plans and services specifically targeted to promote Android devices on its network. In a statement, R-COM has also said that it also plans to introduce expert customer care, operator billing, exclusive apps and content in addition to the dedicated Android experience zones at Reliance retail outlets across the country. R-COM will also pump in money in ad campaigns to promote Android phones. The company has announced has announced a free 3G data plan offering 1GB of data transfer to all new & existing customers who buy a new Google endorsed Android device, in Reliance 3G circles and during the period of 15th April, 2012 to 15th June, 2012 for both pre-paid and post-paid customers. The 1GB data needs to be utilized within 30 days for pre pay customers and 1-month for post pay customers. Beyond that usage or validity period, users need to subscribe for an additional 3G data plan. The offer is valid only Google endorsed Android handsets, and although R-Com's website says that a list of handsets is available on its site, we were not able to locate it. Currently, RCom's website offers 3G enabled Android handsets from LG -- LG Optimus 3D P920, LG Optimus 2X, LG Optimus Black, LG Plum, and LG Optimus Me, and Sony Ericsson- Walkman W8. Google has previously tied up with international carriers like Verizon in the US, Telstra in Australia and…
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