MTNL Launches ISD Pack With Per Second Billing

By June 6th, 2010 AT 11:53 AM

India’s first 3G Mobile service operator Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) has launched special ISD calling packs for its prepaid 2G GSM and 3G customers in Mumbai telecom circle.

With the MTNL ISD Pack, Trump prepaid customers can now make ISD calls to any phone in USA and Canada at Rs.1.50 approx with per second billing benefits.

MTNL’s New ISD Packs comes at Rs.81 with talk time of Rs.19 as a main balance and Free 2400 Seconds to make ISD Calls to USA, Canada, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand and all countries having 001 access code with per second billing benefits.

The ISD Pack will be valid for 30 Days from the date of recharge and applicable to all Per Second and Per minute plan (2G and 3G) customers in Mumbai telecom circle.

MTNL claims the new ISD packs have been designed by understanding the international calling needs and behavior of prepaid consumers in Mumbai circle. Our internal research indicates that over 70 % of all international calls by Mumbaiker are made to select countries having 001 access.This customized ISD packs will enable our customers to stay connected with their dear ones in these international locations at affordable rates.

MTNL Trump Prepaid ISD Pack –

MRPRs.81
Free Talk Time

(Main Balance)

Rs.19
BenefitsFree 2400 seconds to make ISD calls to USA, Canada,

Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand

and all countries having 001 access.

Validity30 Days

For more details call 1503 /9869012345 (toll free from MTNL)

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