Name Price Validity Benefits
STV 325

325.0 30 days Local BSNL to BSNL Mobile: Unlimited. Local BSNL to Other Mobile @ Rs.0.49/min. (Special STV for Forest deptt.Applicable only to FRC-305 plan).
Pack last changed 24 August 2020
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PV_365

365.0 1 year For Validity Extension / Plan Migration customers only. Unlimited voice calls FUP:250 minutes/day voice calls [(Local/STD/National Roaming incl. Mumbai and Delhi) (Onnet/offnet)local charges @ base plan tariff after consumption of 250 mins for the rest of the day till midnight 0:00 hrs + Unlimited data (speed reduced to 80 kbps after 2 GB/day) + 100 SMS/day to Any N/w Including while Roaming in Mumbai and New Delhi for 60 days + PRBT for 60 days.. Applicable only for PV_365..
Pack last changed 24 August 2020
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2 GB / Day Combo Unlimited 3G Data Pack

998.0 240 days Unlimited data (speed reduced to 80kbps after 2GB/day) for 240 days + PRBT for 2 months..
Pack last changed 24 August 2020
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5 GB / Day Combo Unlimited 3G Data Pack

599.0 90 days 2G/3G Data: 5 GB / Day. Unlimited Data Pack. Post FUP Speed: 80 Kbps. Local, STD & Roaming Calls (250 Min/Day): 22500 minutes. SMS: 100 SMS / Day. (including while roaming in Mumbai and Delhi)..
Pack last changed 24 August 2020
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Per Second Plan 74

74.0 60 days For Validity Extension / Plan Migration customers only. 2GB free data to be consumed within 60 days + 100 minutes free voice anynet in home LSA iand National roaming including Mumbai and Delhi for 60 days + free PRBT default tune for 60 days.. Applicable only for Per_Second_plan..
Pack last changed 24 August 2020
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PV_FRC_2399

2399.0 600 days For Validity Extension / Plan Migration customers only. Unlimited free voice calls in home and national roaming including MTNL network roaming area of Delhi and Mumbai {The FUP condition of “Customer using more than 250minutes outgoing minutes [(Local+STD+ OG roaming)(On-net/off-net) as per Unlimited recharge benefits] in a day will be charged at base plan tariff.after consumption of 250mins for the rest of the day till midnight 0.00hrs”}. Applicable only for PV_FRC_2399..
Pack last changed 24 August 2020
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About Elluru

Eluru is a city and district headquarters of West Godavari district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.[6] It is one of the 16 municipal corporations in the state, and the mandal headquarters of Eluru mandal in Eluru revenue division.[7][8] As of 2011 Census of India, the city had a population of 283,648.[4] The city is well known for its wool-pile carpets and hand woven products.The city was alternately referred as in days of Buddhist kingdom of Vengi as Helapuri.[10] It was also known as Ellore.History of Eluru dates back to 2nd century and has great prominence in the history of Andhra. Vengi near Eluru was capital of Andhra from 2nd century to 12th century, ruled by Salankayanas, Vishnukudinas, and Eastern Chalukyas. Vengi was the capital city of Andhradesa for many years than any other city in Andhra Pradesh. Eluru was part of the Buddhist kingdom of Vengi. Salankayana ruled from 3rd century AD to 5th century AD. They were known as Salankayana after the Gotra name. They were the feudatories of Ikshvakus. They Ruled near vengi area, with Vengi (Eluru) as the capital. Salankayana is another of the Phantom kingdoms of Andhra for Indologists. Their date is fixed based on Samudra Gupta inscription mention of Hastivarman of Vengi.Eluru was major city of Vishnukundinas.[13] Vishnukundin reign might be fixed between the end of the Salankayana and the rise of the Eastern Chalukyan power in 624 AD.[14] In the late 5th century, the Salankayanas were conquered by Madhavarma II of the Vishnukundinas. During the reign of Madhava Varma the Great, they became independent and conquered coastal Andhra from the Salankayanas and might have shifted their capital to a place in the Coastal Andhra.Eastern Chalukyas, or Chalukyas of Vengi were a South Indian dynasty whose kingdom was located in the present day Andhra Pradesh. Their capital was Vengi near Eluru and their dynasty lasted for around 500 years from the 7th century until c. 1130 C.E. when the Vengi kingdom merged with the Chola empire. The Vengi kingdom was continued to be ruled by Eastern Chalukyan kings under the protection of the Chola empire until 1189 C.E., when the kingdom succumbed to the Hoysalas and the Yadavas. They had their capital originally at Vengi now (Pedavegi) near Eluru of the West Godavari district end later changed to Rajamahendravaram (Rajamundry). Eluru was later captured by Kakatiyas and then became a part of the Kalinga Empire until 1471. Later it fell into the hands of the Gajapatis. In 1515 Srikrishnadevaraya captured it. After the fall of the Vijayanagara Kingdom, it was taken by the Sultan of Golkonda, Kutub Shah. Mohammedans built the fort at Eluru from the ruins of Vengi.Eluru was formerly a military station, and the capital of the Northern Circars, a former division of British India's Madras Presidency.[11] Salabat Jang, the son of the Nizam al Mulk, granted Northern Circurs to French East India Company and was necessarily transferred from the French to the British. After the British established control over South India, Eluru and surrounding areas were merged into the Madras Presidency. Eluru was a part of Machilipatnam district after the division of Northern Circars. In 1859, it was included in the Godavari district and later it was made a part of the Krishna district. In 1925, it became the headquarters of the newly formed West Godavari district.Eluru is located at 16.7N 81.1E and has an average elevation of 22 m (72 ft). It lies on the Eastern coastal plains.[18] The Tammileru river, the Krishna and Godavari Canals passes through the city, before the river and the Eluru canal from Krishna empties into Kolleru Lake near the city.