Telenor cuts 4G rates across UP East circle Existing Telenor customers in Kanpur (UP East circle) on 2G can now upgrade to 4G free of cost and get 1 GB data for free. The telco is also offering 1GB data at Rs 52 for 28 days for such subscribers for the first 90 days of the upgrade. New subscribers opting for Telenor in UP East circle will also get 1GB 4G Data for the first month and 500 MB data for next 2 months on first recharge of Rs 152. They will also get bundled talktime of Rs 30 with the same pack. Telenor has also slashed 4G data rates for existing 4G subscribers in UP East by providing 1GB of 4G data at Rs 149 with 28 days validity. Note that Telenor did not participate in this year’s spectrum auctions stating that that the proposed spectrum prices do not give “an acceptable level of return.” For Q2 2016, the company reported a total subscriber base of 44.9 million in India. For the same quarter, Telenor posted operating loss in India, which widened to NOK 132 million (~$15.4 million), from NOK 90 million in the same quarter a year ago. *** Airtel offering unlimited calling within its network to select customers Bharti Airtel is offering unlimited calling offer for Rs 148 for calls made within the network with a validity of 30 days. This was first spotted by TelecomTalk. A spokesperson from Airtel clarified with MediaNama that this is a promotional…
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