Hotel Sunrise Villa

L-13, Kalkaji, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110019, India
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Forum Posts

SIM card rates

by snowboarder74

How much should I expect to pay for a SIM card in India? Any company/provider in particular should I go with? Thanks.

Re: SIM card rates

by vpas

Air tel is a good company.The cost of sim cards vary.A pre-paid one could cost you Rs.500 or more.A sim card for Rs.1000 would be value for money.
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Vpas

Re: SIM card rates

by Chintoo

Hi,

Go through www.matrix.in if you are in a short trip and want to rent mobile or connection...

Rest if you are carrying your own mobile and want to buy a SIM card in India... consider the place you will be staying for the longer time... like if you are spending more time in Rajasthan.. better to buy a local SIM card of Rajasthan... otherwise you will end up with a huge bill paying the roaming charges....

Chin2

Re: SIM card rates

by Bimalaggarwal

Also , beware of the many tricky schemes. For example, if you pay Rs. 500 for a simcard, you may actually get only Rs 299 of talk time or so.
Then there is somehing called 'top-up'. If you top-up on Rs. 500 for another Rs. 99 (for example) , then the call charges are much less.
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Similarly there are so many confusion constellations...Ask for all information before you buy one.
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If your roaming charges from the local provider in your country are not high, and if you are not going to make too many calls, then I would advise you stick to your own mobile number from your country.
You can also always use the payphones, and keep your mobile in case of emergencies.
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Re: SIM card rates

by vpas

Hi again,
I just saw a bill board advertisement in my city about free sim card with vodafone connection.dont have the details.
Regards,
Vpas

Re: SIM card rates

by ashisharyan

i thnk many plp here have written here a lot but i don't think so all of that will really help(sorry guys)...

well u need to pay rs 495 for a lifetime connection
or rs 199 for a 1 month card which will give u a talk value of rs 100
the call charges in the city are Rs 1 and when u are travelling in any other city then its Rs 1.5 (outgoing) Rs 1 (incoming)...

i would recommend u to get an airtel card for Rs 99 and then get it recharged by Rs 333 which will give u a talk time of Rs 333 with one month validity..

please be carfull as plp will try 2 charge u more...

Re: SIM card rates

by avonord

Hi. Airtel card sounds good. But do these SIM cards come with 3G data? I'll be bringing my unlocked iPhone to India this summer.

Re: SIM card rates

by avonord

Hi. Airtel card sounds good. But do these SIM cards come with 3G data? I'll be bringing my unlocked iPhone to India this summer.

Re: SIM card rates

by ashisharyan

well india still dosent have 3g network here...but ur unlocked iphone will work here...so dont worry...

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Colonial Britian, Indian Style

by typhoidmary

I am not sure how possible it is for tourists to go here. Our Guide (Aisha), whose husband is a member, invited us to tea. It is very, very old school British, but refreshingly occupied by Indians (the folks who should have been members in the first place). I can not say the food was great, since it was generally British circa 1913, but it was an interesting experience and atmosphereic in the right way. If all else fails, I have Aisha's contact info, so if you have her as a guide she might invite you too

Train passengers

by l_joo

I sat with an old couple (age 70+) on the train to Varanasi 2nd class sleeper. They sat opposite me and they never care who sitting there, they just put their legs up happily onto where I sit, meaning I have to sit with their legs side by side. All passengers saw that but nobody dare to speak a word probably they are old. Luckily there were some youngsters sitting together with me, they are very nice local peoples and we chit chat a lot to forget about those smelly legs. This is not a complaint, its about my Indian train story.

Lotus Temple

by DaDrifter

The Bahá'í House of Worship, popularly known as the Lotus Temple is a marvel of modern day architecture and is located at Bahapur, a small area near Nehru Place in South Delhi. It's an oasis of peace and calm in an otherwise busy chaotic city. Since its opening in 1986, the Lotus temple is today one of the most visited edifices in the world.

The main temple is set in the middle of sprawling lawns covering an area of nearly 26 acres. The structure of the temple gives the impression of a floating half open Lotus flower. The Lotus flower, besides being the national flower of India is a symbol of beauty and purity in the Indian mythology. The main structure of the temple consists of three sets of petals, formed out of solid white concrete, covered with fine white Greek marble panels on the outside. Nine small pools surround the building on the outside.

There are no idols, pictures or rituals performed inside the temple. Silence is required to be maintained at all times inside the main prayer hall. Photography inside the prayer hall is not permitted.

If you have the time, spend a few minutes sitting on the lovely marble benches inside the prayer hall. You get this amazing feeling of serenity and stillness which is hard to describe.

The complex is open from 9:00am to 7:30pm during the months of April-September and from 9:30am to 5:30pm during October-March. The temple complex is closed on Mondays.

India Gate

by kinjalnz15

India Gate is on Rajpath its where all of delhi's people gather and gets lively at night time.
India Gate is a war memorial which bears names of indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives in worldwar I &II .

Temples at Chhatarpur

by DaDrifter

The Chhatarpur Temples complex is located in the Mehrauli area of South Delhi. A trip to the temples can be combined with a trip to the Qutub Minar complex which is located nearby.

The main temple of the complex is dedicated to Goddess Durga.

The temples complex is spread over a large area and most of the temples are built in the tradition of the larger temples of South India.

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