MBlaze Services Now Available In 35 Towns Across Karnataka Circle

By July 4th, 2011 AT 5:21 PM

MBlaze Services Now Available Across 35 Towns Across Karnataka CircleMTS today announced the launch of its high-speed mobile broadband service, MBlaze in eight towns – Chitradurga, Hospet, Bidar, Dodaballpur, Chikmagalur, Bagalkote, Karwar and Sarjapur.

This latest roll out extends the current MBlaze footprint to 35 towns across the state.

To suit everyone’s pocket, MTS has introduced usage plans starting at just Rs.96 onwards

Customers can enjoy unlimited data usage with Unlimited MBlazer priced at just Rs. 999 with 30 day validity.

MBlaze customers also enjoy the advantage of free surfing on popular websites like Yahoo and Wikipedia.

MTS has tied up with Hewlett Packard (HP) – On purchase of an HP laptop, customers can get an MBlaze device for just Rs. 699; made available through prepaid as well as postpaid plans. Additionally, the customers can enjoy data usage of 3GB at just Rs. 444 per month for lifetime.

MTS TV – Access to Live TV and Video on Demand

Using MBlaze dongles and HSD (High Speed Data) compatible handsets, MTS customers can enjoy video streaming, High quality audio/video download and live play back.

Customers can also watch LIVE TV and on demand Video Channels. The customers will get access to a range of News, Entertainment, Sports and Regional channels.

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