MTS India Offers Lowest Local & STD Tariff in Mumbai

By February 9th, 2010 AT 11:14 AM

MTS India, the youngest CDMA mobile service operator today announced the launch of lowest local and STD tariff for its mobile service users in Mumbai telecom circle. The operator offers all Local calls with in MTS network 1paisa/4 seconds and all other network local call at One Paisa/2 seconds, while STD calls at just 1 paisa per seconds, on any mobile or land line network in India.

To avail the new lowest tariff, MTS India’s  pre-paid subscribers can recharge with the new special tariff vouchers priced at Rs.49, Rs.98 and Rs.148, which comes with the validity of 60 days and 90 days respectively.

Details of  STVs -:

ParticularsFRC49FRC98FRC148
MRP (Rs.)4998148
Talk TimeNILRs.50Rs.100
Tariff Validity30 Days60 Days90 Days
Call Charges-:
Local callMTS NetworkOne Paisa for 4 seconds
Other NetworkOne Paisa for 2 Seconds
STD CallsAll NetworksOne Paisa for One Seconds

The all above vouchers will be available at all retail outlets and MTS Outlets in Mumbai.For more details call 9146-125125

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How to make free mts to mts plan at Hyderabad to howrah.

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I want to know about MTS prepaid tarrif in Andhra Pradsh & Maharashtra including roaming charges…

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