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Tariffs on pre-paid cards cut

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NEW DELHI: The two private sector cellular service providers in Delhi — Bharti Cellular Ltd and Hutchison Essar — have announced a reduction in airtime tariffs on their pre-paid mobile cards.

The tariffs have been reduced from Rs 1.50/30 seconds to Rs 0.99/30 seconds for incoming calls and from Rs 2.50/30 seconds to Rs 1.35/30 seconds for outgoing callsThe new rates are applicable from January 26.

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