By April 11th, 2009 AT 11:45 AM

miss-call-alert-tata-indicomTata Indicom has launched Missed call alert service for a rental of Rs.15 per month. Most of the telecom service providers are already providing this service over there network, but Tata Indicom Subscriber was missing this service for a long time.

Missed Call Alert (MCA) is an extended communication tool of telecom service provider for  sending information on any missed call to the subscriber. With subscribers missing calls for a variety of reasons – network coverage, out of reach situations, or a switched off phone, a solution ensuring a subscriber knows who has called. Currently the MCA service is available for Tata Indicom Postpaid Subscriber only.

To activate (Postpaid Only)- SMS “SUB” to 12722 (toll free) and start getting unlimited alerts right away. To unsubscribe SMS “UNSUB” to 12722 (toll free).

The MCA service is free for Tata Indicom postpaid (HNI and EBS) customers for a period of 30 days starting from 7th April 2009. So subscribe anytime between 7th April and 6th May 2009 and get unlimited alerts for next 30 days. So Go ahead and send “SUB” to 12722 to avail of the free trial offer.

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how much will Tata Indicom charge for miscall alert after the trail period ?

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