MTS India Launches Unlimited Local & STD Call Plans For Rs.597 & Rs.897

By October 24th, 2012 AT 12:03 PM

MTS India the CDMA Mobile service of Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd (SSTL) today announced the launch of 2 new Unlimited Call Plans for Rs.597 and Rs.897 for its prepaid customers. These new plans will include Unlimited Voice calls (Local/STD) to any network.

 

MTS India’s ‘NON STOP CHIT CHAT’ – Unlimited Local Call plan comes at monthly recharge of Rs.597 and offers Unlimited Local calls to any network with in Rajasthan telecom circle without any Fair Usage Policy (FUP). The second plan comes for Rs.897 offers Unlimited Local and STD Calls to any network with FUP of 3000 calls valid for 30 days from the date of recharge.

The Unlimited Call benefits in both plans will be available with in Home Network basis i.e. National Roaming calls would be chargeable as standard rates. Presently both plans are available only in Rajasthan telecom circle.

Thanks to Rakesh Bagla !

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I have already mtc cdma postpaid 499ull plan last 3 yrs. But nw i want gsm postpaid ull plan with net plz suggest what plan i choose.

Thnx mts

Pinku Rout
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I want tm new prdpaid sim of mts local nd std unlimited plans so i request to you give better offer

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