MTNL Avails Discounts To SSC Students with GPRS, SMS and 3G

By June 18th, 2010 AT 1:07 PM

They always told you to study hard for your SSC exams the rewards were ample, but this time around, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) has jumped in to make it special for all the SSC students in Mumbai who have managed to clear the boards. If you passed the exams and are taking admission in a college, here’s exciting news for you.

India’s First 3G Mobile Service operator MTNL announced the never before Discounts Offers on selected Prepaid Mobile Product and services to all SSC pass-out students in Mumabi telecom circle.

With this exciting offer SSC Pass-out students can avail MTNL 3G Youth plan new Prepaid Connection with Rent Free Group Calling facility worth Rs.63 just for Rs 25 only, GPRS Plan-14 (3 Days) at Rs.10,  GPRS Plan-98 (30 Days) at Rs.70, SMS Plan-30 at Rs.20 and SMS Plan-97 at Rs.65 during the promotional offer period.

The Promotional offers on the above products will be available at following MTNL CSC, Colaba (Telephone Bhavan), Mazagaon, Byculla, Worli, Prabhadevi, Wadala, Shivaji-Park, Sion. Bandra, Khar, Andheri, Jogeshwari, Marol, Kandivali, Borivali, Chembur, Hingewala Lane, Ghatkopar, Nityanand Nagar, Mulund, Navpada,Cherai, Wagle-Estate and Vashi.

On the occasion of SSC results MTNL Mumbai already offered Free broadband access facility to the SSC students, for on-line registration, at 24 of MTNL’s Customer Service Center (CSC) across Mumbai. Wherein successful S.S.C students can avail free online registration/admission facility on Broad Band connection provided through these selected customer services centers of MTNL.

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I realy appreciate mtnl’s initiative of providing free bb access 2 students 2 know their results. This only should not be it, al operators shud do this not only in their outlets but even at some special retailer points. This cud b very helpful to the students of areas of J&K, assam, ne, hp, i mean those circles which hav poor internet means 4 common people especially during thesd days when online counseling is goin on 4 aieee, & various other xms. Operators plz thnk bout it, u can arrange free sim camps which hardly draws any attention these days… Read more »

Shayanta
Shayanta

@anandh
all operators may copy dis but only in mumbai or delhi i bet u not pan india, if any telco launches it pan india dey wil suffer losses as each student vil take al da sims of da family in his name & al vil start getting da student benifits, so no operator vil like dis 2 happen nd so al r not going 2 enjoy such plans. But dey may come up with so called student stvs which is lik a normal rate cutter, as stel has 147 & 148 rs packs.

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