MTNL Intros Per Second Billing for Fixed Wireless and Garuda CDMA

By January 28th, 2010 AT 4:47 PM

Mumbai’s Total telecom service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today introduces Pay Per Second tariff to Fixed Wireless and Garuda CDMA Mobile services. Earlier the Per Second Billing was launched for GSM mobile service (Trump & Dolphin) subscribers.

With the Per Second Billing plan MTNL Garuda’s Pospaid and Prepaid Fixed Wireless and CDMA Mobile service users in Mumbai circle can enjoy Local and STD call to MTNL Network including all landlines and Mobiles of  Mumbai and Delhi circles at just Half Paisa per Second (One Paisa for 2 Seconds) while Local and STD calls to any network across India will be charged @ just 1 paisa per Second. The Local, National and International SMS Charges will be 25 paisa, Rs.1 and Rs.2.50 per SMS respectively. The data charges with this just at 1 paisa for 10 KB by default tariff.

The Postpaid Garuda FW and Mobile users can avail the per second tariff by subscribing Plan-99 which comes with the free callings worth Rs.99 (19,800 Seconds) while Prepaid customer needs to recharge with STV-45 which comes at Rs.45 with talk time of Rs.10 and valid for 365 days from the date of recharge.

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Saikat C :
MTNL is the best

best in offering cheapest rate. A perfect orgn.

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They should bring this per second tariff to FIXED WIRELINE phones too… Then it will become a super hit for sure…

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