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June 30, 1999
Escotel, a cellular services provider, has announced a prepaid card service called 'Let's Talk'. This is focused on visitors to Kerala from nations in the Arabian Gulf.
Several people from the southern Indian state of Kerala work in Arab countries.
The new service is aimed at enabling them to use their cell phones in Kerala as soon they land.
Customers can buy the pre-paid connections in the Gulf itself. Non-resident Indians can either buy the service for their families in Kerala or for themselves to use on their trips to home.
Both cards will allow domestic and international long-distance services too. The product will be immediately available in United Arab Emirates and the Sultanate of Oman.
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