MTS India Launches CDMA Mobile Services in Andhra Pradesh

By May 11th, 2010 AT 5:19 PM

MTS India, the mobile telephony services brand of Sistema Shyam Teleservices Ltd (SSTL) has launched its CDMA Mobile services in Andhra Pradesh promising the best value proposition for its subscribers from among existing operators and competition. The MTS to MTS charges within Andhra Pradesh will be one paisa for four seconds.

With its presence in Andhra Pradesh, MTS completes the roll out of its services in all the four South Indian States. Andhra Pradesh will be the 12th telecom circle which MTS is entering with its bouquet of services. All major cities and towns in the State are already covered by MTS for mobile Internet connectivity in the first phase of launch itself. A total of 557 of towns will also buzz with MTS phones. Complete national roaming facility is extended to the customers in the State.

With the launch in Andhra Pradesh, MTS voice and data services are now available in 6 largest metro cities of India. MTS services across India have gained popularity for its superior network quality and affordable pricing. MTS voice and data services are available across India through national roaming arrangements.

Mr. Vsevolod Rozanov, President and Chief Executive Officer, Sistema Shyam Teleservices Limited (SSTL) said, “With the launch of MTS in Andhra Pradesh, we are not only covering the 6th urban centre of India, but all the four Southern States. MTS subscribers in South India can roam seamlessly and enjoy the benefits of MTS to MTS subscriber offers fully.”

Mr. Suresh S. Kumar , Chief Operating officer of Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh, said “MTS in Andhra, will have its network presence across the State from the first day of the launch, giving the subscribers the benefit of our special offers between MTS to MTS calls.

He also said “With our presence in 557 towns in the State, we hope to reach subscribers through our Branded stores and mass retail outlets with an aggressive strategy for tapping the mass market as well as corporate customers”

Mr. Vsevolod Rozanov, President and Chief Executive Officer, Sistema Shyam Teleservices Limited (SSTL) announcing launch of MTS services in Andra Pradesh

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i’ve htc evo 3d mobile with sprint network(cdma)
i came to india now,
can i use that cdma mobile in india at andhra pradesh ?
if ,is there any data plans for that cdma mob?
suggest me ,i can’t use this mob without any internet access


dear pavan, the first thing u should do is ‘unlock your sprint mobile.’
this can be done by any mobile service techie for nominal charges.
you then can move to any cdma service providers available in AP, like reliance, tata indicom(docomo) etc. thats it.

jaiveer singh
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I’ve been hearing how good the MTS both in terms of Tariff plans & network quality here at this site,since then I’m waiting for MTS to come to my state.Finally it has come,I am excited to use their services.Now by surfing some websites,I came to know that their cheapest Mobile handset is around Rs. 899/-,is that includes the sim card price or just handset price alone.If any body can pls put up some details about their Mobile handsets prices including the price of sim card to use their services I will be greatful

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