Reliance 3G Tariff and Plans in India

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Reliance GSM has finally made the commercial launch of its much awaited 3G services in 4 cities of India, i.e. Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chandigarh and it will keep increasing the number of cities under its 3G footprints in the coming days.

reliance 3g launch tariff details

Reliance 3G Coverage in India

Just to recap, earlier during the month of May 2010, Reliance communications won 3G license for the following circles:

  • Delhi & NCR
  • Mumbai
  • Kolkata
  • Punjab
  • Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh
  • Rajasthan
  • West Bengal
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Bihar & Jharkhand
  • Orissa
  • Assam
  • North East
  • Jammu & Kashmir

Here is a glimpse of the 3G tariffs and rates for Reliance Postpaid and prepaid users

Reliance 3G Plans for Postpaid Users

Pay as you go offer:

No monthly commitment under this scheme. Postpaid users just need to pay as per the following slab:

  • Data usage upto 50 MB per month – 10 paise/10 KB of data download or upload
  • Above 50 MB – 1 paise/10 KB

Bundled Plans:

These are the bundled plans, wherein users get a specific amount of free voice calls usage, free SMS and data usage with a specific monthly commitment:

Monthly Rental Free voices usage (in minute) Free SMS Free Data (in MB)
Rs. 199 300 50 50
Rs. 499 1000 600 100
Rs. 2499 6000 6000 5 GB

Reliance 3G Plans for Prepaid Users

Small Validity Data Packs:

These plans comes with small validity and are suitable for users with minimum usage and can be used with your existing/regular voice plans and tariffs.

  • 25 MB Data pack – Rs. 20 (Validity – 1 day)
  • 125 MB pack – Rs. 98 (Validity – 1 week)

Bundled Plans:

As in for postpaid users, bundled plans comes for prepaid users too with specific amount of free talk-time, free SMS and data usage at 3G speed

Monthly Rental Free voices usage (in minute) Free SMS Free Data (in MB)
Rs. 299 300 100 200
Rs. 699 600 600 500

Monthly Plans for Postpaid & Prepaid Users

If you are still not convinced with the plans above, then there are few other plans that might suit your budget. Here are some monthly plans (to be recharged every month) that’s available for both, prepaid and postpaid users but doesn’t gives you any free talk-time or SMS balance.

  • 100 MB – Rs. 100
  • 500 MB – Rs. 399
  • 1 GB – Rs. 649
  • 3 GB – Rs. 899
  • 10 GB – Rs. 1499
  • 21 GB – Rs. 2100

Reliance 3G Mobile TV Tariff and Plans

Apart from the above data plans, reliance is also offering mobile TV services via 3G technology that would enable users to view live TV without buffering or similar irritating experience:

Pack No. of Channels Daily Price(in Rs.) Weekly Price Monthly Price
News 15 25 75 150
Kids 15 25 75 150
Fun 15 25 75 150
Devotional 5 - - 100
Mega Pack 75 50 100 250
Single Channel 1 10 35 75

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10 Comments to Reliance 3G Tariff and Plans in India

    • @Bablu:
      There are no specific launch dates announced yet. Though, as per market experts it should be available across all its licensed area in a couple of months, max.!

  1. KRANTI KUMAR BEHERA

    That’s great to know about the reliance 3g is launch some specific metro cities. so customer eyes on the 3G mobile set’s & 3g sim’s available in the market . From this technology customer will ultimately get benefited from that but customer’s should want a clear cut funda on 2G.

  2. Manas Mitra Thakur

    I got 3g data card on 8th of this month which is an zte device but from today onwards is not getting connected & also customer care are asking sily questions I reside from guwahati & this kinda service is no no for me will go back to my Broadband of BSNL reliance a thumbs down from my side coz can’t rectify my problem

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