MTNL Introduces Trump-48, Local and STD at 48paisa

By January 2nd, 2010 AT 2:49 PM

Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), India’s first 3G GSM Mobile service operators today announced new tariff plan (Bonus recharge) which allow its GSM 2G and 3G prepaid mobile customers in Mumbai telecom circle to make all local and STD calls at just 48 paisa per minute to any network across India.

MTNL Mumbai Special Tariff Voucher dubbed as Trump-48 comes at Rs.48 with six month tariff validity with talk time of Rs.9 is available to its Trump prepaid 2G and 3G GSM Mobile subscribers of Mumbai. The new STV offers reduced tariff for all Local, STD and SMS at just 48 paisa to any network across India.

MTNL continues to shower its love on Mumbaikar with the affordable mobility with the lowest call charges and also provide Highest Talk Time from any operator across India.

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Reliance CDMA Best network in INDIA. Reliance GSM worst network in INDIA.

Satish Kumar Padala
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Hi Sir, your RCV 108 / RCV 48 comparison is not good coz RCV 48 is for those people who use only STD for long time around 10 to 20min, it cost too less.. but if u want to use it for local u better go for RCV 45 with which u can get 1/2 p per sec local own network calls ,1p/sec std and other operator local calls.. MTNL is giving u lot many options and more that any other operator can never give .. for example consider u rechared vit 2200 , u will get 3200 and say… Read more »

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