MTNL Launches Bucket of New Special Tariff Packs For Mumbai

By May 2nd, 2010 AT 10:50 AM

Continuing with its endeavor to make mobile telephony affordable to the customers of Mumbai, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) the leading GSM mobile service provider has launched never before calling rates by launching Bucket of  New Special Tariff Packs and Add-on Plans catering to both prepaid (Trump) and post paid (Dolphin) customers.

Keeping its stride to provide Better Recharge or Tariff plans for its GSM subscribers in Mumbai, MTNL introduces New SMS Plan-97, Night Talk Plan-25, Maharshtra-Goa Plan-39 and Unlimited Free Video Call Plan-61.

Apart from these plans MTNL also introduces two new add-on plans Plan-48 and My Group for its postpaid Dolphin subscribers to get the benefits of lower local and STD callings as prepaid segments on their postpaid.

Here are the Details-:

STV/Plan Name Trump Prepaid (2G and 3G) Dolphin Postpaid (2G and 3G)
SMS Plan-97 MRP- Rs.97

Talk Time Rs.5

Free 2500 Local and National SMS

Validity-30 Days

Monthly Rent Rs.97

Free 2500 Local and National SMS

Night Talk Plan-25 MRP Rs.25

Validity-30 Days

Talk Time Rs.4

Night Calls to Dolphin & Trump & SMS (11 p.m. to 8 a.m.)- 5 Paisa/Minute

Night calls to other Networks (11 p.m. to 8 a.m.)-30paisa/ Minute.

Monthly Rent Rs.25

Night Calls to Dolphin & Trump & SMS (11 p.m. to 8 a.m.)- 5 Paisa/Minute

Night calls to other Networks (11 p.m. to 8 a.m.)-30paisa/ Minute.

Maharashtra Goa Plan-39 MRP Rs.39

Validity- 30 Days

Talk Time Rs.7

Local Call charges (Voice & Video) for MTNL Mumbai & Delhi and BSNL Maharashtra & Goa (Mobile/Landline)-39 Paisa/Minute.

Local Call charges (Voice) for Mumbai, Maharashtra & Goa (other network)-: 39 Paisa/minute

Monthly Rent Rs.39

Local Call charges (Voice & Video) for MTNL Mumbai & Delhi and  BSNL Maharashtra & Goa (Mobile/Landline)-39 Paisa/Minute.

Local Call charges (Voice) for Mumbai, Maharashtra & Goa (other network)-: 39 Paisa/Minute

Unlimited Video Call Plan MRP Rs.61

Validity-30 days

Talk Time Rs.10

Unlimited Free Video calls in local MTNL Network

Monthly Rent Rs.61

Unlimited Free Video calls in local MTNL Network

Add On Plan 48 Already available in Prepaid Monthly Rent Rs.48

All Local and STD calls at 48 Paisa Per Minute

My Group Plan Already available in Prepaid Monthly Rent Rs.30

Local Calls and SMS to 9 Dolphin/Trump Numbers at 5paisa (per Minute/SMS)

For More Details on above STVs and Add-On Plans Call 1503/9869012345 (Toll Free from MTNL Mobile and Land line)

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Prasath J :

PDNair :
I am surprised what mtnl marketing and sales department bosses are thinking !! All the newly announced plans are nothing but an eye wash. I would request that they should just copy the plans of Reliance CDMA/GSM. who will subscribe for Rs.97 for sending 2500 sms ? I am sure sooner or later the “mumbai a life line” be offline

but still MTNL is far far better than KumbhaKarna BSNL, imho…

Prasath J
Prasath J

PDNair :
I am surprised what mtnl marketing and sales department bosses are thinking !! All the newly announced plans are nothing but an eye wash. I would request that they should just copy the plans of Reliance CDMA/GSM. who will subscribe for Rs.97 for sending 2500 sms ? I am sure sooner or later the “mumbai a life line” be offline

but still MTNL is far far better than KumbhaKarna BSNL, imho…

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