MTS India Introduces Two New MSAVER for Mumbai

By May 3rd, 2010 AT 12:37 PM

In a bid to boost its CDMA Mobile services in Mumbai, MTS India, the CDMA mobile service brand of Sistema Shyam Teleservices Ltd (SSTL) introduces 2 New Special Tariff Vouchers (MSAVER) of Rs.12 and Rs.25.

The launched MTS Msaver-12 provides free 50 Minutes to make calls on all networks of Mumbai, Maharastra & Goa circles, cost Rs.12 and valid for for one Day (24 hrs from the time of recharge).

While another STV Msaver-25 enables its CDMA customer to make all Local and MTS to MTS STD calls anywhere in India @ 1p/2 sec. The STD calls to other network will be charged @ 1p/sec. M Saver 25 comes at price point of Rs.25 with the tariff validity of 1 year.

In December 2009 when MTS India starts commercial operations in Mumbai but still did not becomes favorable in New Subscribers Market of Mumbai due to CDMA platform and lack of good schemes.

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Abhijit :
MTS updated its website now showing that M-Saver Rs.25 has just 50 Std minutes and it has validity of 15 days..
So now it is confirm from both CC and MTS website that there is no such offer of 1ps/2sec for all local calls with one year validity in just rs.25 only…..

which circle shows 50min in RS25?
mumbai doesn’t

Abhijit

MTS updated its website now showing that M-Saver Rs.25 has just 50 Std minutes and it has validity of 15 days..
So now it is confirm from both CC and MTS website that there is no such offer of 1ps/2sec for all local calls with one year validity in just rs.25 only…..

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