MTS India Completes Expansion of CDMA Services in Goa and Konkan

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MTS India, the CDMA mobile service operator today announced that it has completed the launch of its services in the State of Goa and the Konkan region of Maharashtra telecom circle. MTS India’s CDMA services are now available in 984 towns of the Maharashtra and Goa telecom circle.

MTS has now completed its network roll out in the telecom circle of Maharashtra and Goa , offering both voice and data services. MTS had its high speed data service, MBlaze, operational in Goa from January 2010. MBlaze mobile broadband service is already available in the cities of Panjim, across Goa, Kolhapur , Sangli, Solapur, Pune, Nagpur , Amravati , Jalgaon, Aurangabad , Ahmednagar and Nasik .

MTS also made an inaugural promotional offer of half a paisa per second call charges, promising the best value proposition for its subscribers among the existing operators and competition. MTS subscribers can connect between MTS to MTS network at just one paisa for four seconds with lifetime validity.

Mr. Rajeev Batra, Chief Information Officer, SSTL, said, “The launch of voice services in Goa extends our bouquet of services across Mumbai, Maharashtra & Goa with attractive packages. Our high speed mobile broadband service MBlaze gives the subscribers, the best in industry experience.”

Mr. Suubodh Kumar Srivastav, Chief Operating Officer of Mumbai, Maharashtra & Goa, SSTL, said “MTS will have its network presence across the State from the first day of the launch, giving the subscribers the benefit of our special offers of half a paisa per second for all local calls in Maharashtra, Goa & Mumbai; one fourth a paisa per second for MTS to MTS calls, bundled with complete range of value added services. With our presence across State, we hope to reach subscribers through our Branded stores, mass retail outlets & direct sales force with an aggressive strategy for tapping the mass market as well as corporate customers.”

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