MTS India Ties Up With 200 Operators to Offer International SMS

By March 25th, 2010 AT 1:36 PM

MTS India, the CDMA mobile service of Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL) today announced that it has tie-up with 200 operators across 90 countries to provide seamless International Messaging services to its subscribers in India.

With this tie-up MTS India can able to offer such services in various International destinations including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Singapore, UAE, United Kingdom, United States of America.

Mr. Leonid Musatov, CMO, SSTL, stated “Our association with more than 200 operators worldwide is yet another extension to our consumer centric approach and reflects our commitment to offer best of service.” He also added, “Our exclusive tie up with leading operators around the world is aimed to establish connection between our valuable consumer and their loved ones across the world and strengthen our consumer base.”

MTS India CDMA Mobile services was launched in India in March 2009 and in less than a year the company has notched up an impressive subscriber base of more than 3 million. MTS now has operations in eleven circles which include Tamil Nadu including Chennai, Kerala, Rajasthan, Kolkata, West Bengal, Bihar-Jharkhand, Delhi, Karnataka, Haryana, Mumbai and Maharashtra-Goa.

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