MTNL Intros Per Second Billing Add-On for Dolphin Jeevan Sathi Postpaid

By April 30th, 2010 AT 4:50 PM

In its endeavor to provide affordable mobility to its Postpaid GSM subscribers in Mumbai, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today introduces Pay Per Second Add-on plan for its Life Time Rent Free Postpaid Subscribers (Dolphin Jeevan Sathi Plan).

With the new Add-on Plan, MTNL’s Dolphin Jeevan Sathi Postpaid Subscribers can able to get benefits of Per Second Billing at Rs.45 per month which is lowest monthly commitment for any Postpaid services in Mumbai telecom circle.

The Add-On plan offers, Local, STD,  Voice and Video calls to MTNL Network (Mumbai and Delhi) at Half Paisa per second (1p/2 seconds) while Voice and Video Calls to all other network anywhere in India will be charged at 1 paisa per second. The  By-default GPRS/3G Data charges will be 1 paisa for 10KB.

The new Pay per second Add-on Plan for Dolphin Jeevan Sathi customers will be available from 1 May 2010.

To Activate the Add-on plan Life Time Rent Free Postpaid Plan subscribers can make request by calling 1503 (Toll Free) from their Dolphin Mobile.

MTNL is the first service provider in India who launched Life Time Rent Free Postpaid connections in  January 2006 for its customers in Mumbai and Delhi circle.

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