MTS Crosses 2 Million Customer Milestone in West Bengal

MTS Crosses 2 Million Customer Milestone in West BengalMTS India CDMA mobile and Data service operator with over 12 million wireless customers today announced it’s achievement of crossing the 2 million customer milestone in Kolkata & West Bengal Circle.

To further strengthen the presence in the circle the company has also earmarked an investment of Rs. 75 crore for expansion of its services during 2011.

Currently MBlaze services are available in 18 leading towns across the region namely Kolkata, Siliguri, Durgapur , Malda, Kharagpur, Haldia, Bolpur, Midnapur, Namthang, Namchi, Asansol, Krishnanagar, Behrampur, Habra, Darjeeling , Bardhman, Jalpaiguri and Gangtok. Additionally MTS is also credited for establishing a network of over 45000 retailers and over 100 branded retail outlets across 100 towns and over 10000 villages in the circle.

Innovative offers for voice customers:


  • Attractive tariff of Half paisa / second for local and STD calls on a Recharge Coupon of Rs 141 with lifetime validity.
  • Aggressively priced ILD (International Long Distance) Pack to International calling destination from West Bengal to Bangladesh for just Rs 1.95/minute with ISD pack Rs. 35.
  • Lifelong 150 minutes local MTS to MTS per day with MSaver 499(daily rental Re 1)

Unlimited MTS – MTS Calls

  • Unlimited local MTS-MTS free minutes for 30 days @ Rs 148 only(includes Rs 50 talktime).

Local Calling Plans

• 1000 Minutes local calls free, valid for 30 days @ Rs 199 only

• 360 local minutes valid for 30days @ Rs 94 only

Extra Talk time

· Rs 250 Talk time with 30 days validity @ Rs 200 only

Call 55155 for daily offers!

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July 26, 2011 9:18 am 9:18 AM

mts is getting worst bcoz it changes it mts to mts local calls free in 98 but now it changes to 148 and now it is not giving the 50 talktime so mts go back to your plans

Saurabh gupta
July 18, 2011 10:41 pm 10:41 PM

I m not against CDMA companies i just wanna say that CDMA will have a upper hand due to its network, 700mh band and it utlizes spectrum more efficiently then GSM so if some spectrum is vacated due to shift from CDMA TO GSM then that can be utilized for data so that it can give cheap data plans and there is lack of offer in CDMA like GSM in GPRS (98 me 2/3 GB) Some more issues personaly i recomend CDMA for the people who travel a lot as it has wider coverage

July 18, 2011 10:04 pm 10:04 PM

i m getting a real fan of mts connectn and network…….hope it will not disappoint me across west bengal..