MTNL 3G Data Card Now For Rs.1450

By April 6th, 2012 AT 1:53 PM

India’s first 3G Mobile service operator Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL)  slashed the price of its plug-n-play 3G USB Dongle (3G Data Card) from Rs.1699 to Rs.1450 for its customer in Delhi telecom circle.

MTNL’s 3G Data card (Terracom LW272) is now available at all MTNL Sanchar Haat across Delhi for Rs.1450 only. The operator offers free 3G prepaid SIM card and free data transfers (Download and Upload) up to 1 GB for 1 months on the purchase of 3G Data Card.

MTNL also offers attractive 3G data tariff plans for postpaid and prepaid starts from Rs.20 to Rs.5000 in Delhi circle. The default 3G data access charges is 1p/12KB which is also lowest compare to all other 3G service providers in India.

MTNL 3G Data Card (Terracom LW272) will enable anytime, anywhere instant High Speed wireless Internet connectivity up to 3.6 Mbps for laptops and other computing devices, thereby significantly benefiting business users, roamers and travelers.

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bro for that i got sim bsnl for 1000/-. it works wid some tricks…..
UNBELIEVABLE….BUT ITS TRUE ….IM GETTING 30GB FOR 98 ONLY/
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HOW YOU GOT THAT?

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