MTNL Launches STD Pack-34 With Per Second Tariff In Mumbai

By October 24th, 2011 AT 12:37 PM

In an attempt to provide enhanced value propositions to the customers India’s first 3G Mobile service operator Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), toady announced the launch STD Pack with per second tariff for its prepaid subscribers in Mumbai telecom circle.

MTNL’s low cost STD Pack comes just for Rs.34 (Bonus Coupon-34) which offer Free 4,800 seconds (80 minutes) for STD calls to anywhere in India.

It comes with the validity of 15 days from the date of activation and available for all 2G and 3G prepaid subscribers with per second plan in Mumbai circle.The Per Second STD Pack-34 will be available till 23 January 2012. For more information dial 1503 / 9869012345 (toll free from MTNL).

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i have been sending msgs to you regarding BSNL bad network. i do not know why there is no response from ur side.Why BSNL is not able to solve the issue. I am actually loosing faith in BSNL. they are not able to perform to the customer expectations.BSNL does not bother for loyal subscribers.pl send me mail as to when the problem will get solved.

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