MTS India the CDMA Mobile service provider today announce the expansion of its mobile services in some more districts of West Bengal Telecom Circle. MTS mobile Service is now available in six new districts of North Bengal covering 80 tows and 1200 villages in the region. MTS’s reach in the state now spans across 10,000 towns and villages over 18 districts. The six districts include Coochebehar, Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling, Malda, Uttar Dinajpur and Dakshin Dinajpur. Subscribers can reach out to any one of the 25,000 retail outlets across locations to avail connections.
“The widened coverage in West Bengal, gives us the confidence to build an extensive network and make MTS one of the most preferred subscriber brands in the region. We will soon be present in all four districts of Sikkim. Our inaugural scheme of “Minute Millionaires” and the second lifetime offer received overwhelming response in Kolkata and other parts of West Bengal. We intend to replicate this success in the new service areas of North Bengal,” said Mr. Keshhav Tiwary, COO, SSTL Kolkata & West Bengal.
As a part of the inaugural scheme, the company is offering a range of exciting products including “Mcard 99” offering call charges at 30 paisa per minute for outgoing calls made to any mobile in Kolkata and West Bengal; “Mcard 499”, that will offer subscribers upto one million minutes of talk time over a lifetime; “MSaver 31”, a SMS card, offering 1000 local and national SMS in a month; and MSaver 27, a STD card that will allow users to make calls at Re1/min.The company claims to have recorded over one lakh subscribers in Kolkata and West Bengal within 45 days of launch of its services.