MTS Now offers 40 GB Data for Rs.1399 with post FUP speed of 32Kbps

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MTS has joined the race with other telecom companies for offering lucrative data plans to postpaid customers in Delhi. The company has come up with four different plans to match up with one's requirements according to his/her budget. Minimum monthly rental is Rs. 550 and the maximum is Rs. 1399. Here are the details of these new data plans-

By opting for Rs. 550 monthly rental plans, users get 5 GB data in day and 5 GB data in night. The next plan is available for Rs. 700 monthly rental, in which users can enjoy 7 GB data in day and 7 GB data in night. The next plan is available for Rs. 999 monthly rental, in which users get to enjoy 12 GB data in day and 12 GB data in night. The last plan in this category is available in Rs. 1399 monthly rental, in which user gets 20 GB data in day and 20 GB data in night. Once the threshold data limit is over, the speed comes down to 32 kbps.

Monthly RentalMonthly Data LimitConditions
Rs. 5505GB Day+5GB NightSpeed reduces to 32 kbps after threshold limit is over
Rs. 7007GB Day+7GB NightSpeed reduces to 32 kbps after threshold limit is over
Rs. 99912GB Day+12GB NightSpeed reduces to 32 kbps after threshold limit is over
Rs. 139920GB Day+20GB NightSpeed reduces to 32 kbps after threshold limit is over

Also read: MTS Plans to Grab ISP License, Offer WiFi across India

The company has also introduced a smart packs to boos the data speed after the threshold limit is over. Here are the details-

MRP (Rs.)Benefits
50500 MB Smart Pack
751 GB Smart Pack
1252 GB Smart Pack
2755 GB Smart Pack

Note:

  • Service tax is excluded from the above charges and will be levied on the monthly bill amount.
  • Customers will be charged 40 Paise/MB while roaming in non MTS cities.

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Bhupendra holds a Post Graduate degree from Christ University. He is an investment banker & trader by profession and a writer by heart.

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