MTS India Withdrawn SMS Packs in Kolkata

By March 5th, 2010 AT 11:30 AM

MTS India, CDMA brand of Sistema-Shyam Teleservices launches new SMS packs for its subscribers in Kolkata telecom circle. Earlier MTS has two different SMS packs for per minute and per second customers at price point of Rs.31 and Daily rental basis.  Now MTS withdraws these older sms packs and Introduces 2 new SMS Packs at Rs.15 and Rs.31. But don’t get excited they actually hike price of sms packs and these are applicable to all customers.

MTS India is following Tata Indicom’s footsteps who reduces the free sms from 1000 to 600 to 200 now at Rs 30 SMS pack.

MTS India’s New SMS Packs (Kolkata) In Details-:


Cost(Rs.) Details
Previous SMS Packs 31 1000 Free SMS for 30 days, for per minute customers
Daily rental Re.1 (you can deactivate

after 30 days once the service activated)

100 Free SMS per day, for per second customers *Those who are using this

pack will continue to

enjoy this pack

New SMS Packs

(for all customers)

15 10p/SMS for 15 days
31 10p/SMS up to 600 SMS, then at regular rate for 30 days

MTS’s SMS Blackout days :- 1st Mar – Holi, 1st Aug – Friendship Day, 17th Oct – Dusshera, 5th Nov – Diwali, 31st Dec – New Years Eve when no Free/Discounted SMS will be available. Those who are per minute billing will be charged 50p per local or national sms and those are on per second billing will be charged 50p per local sms and Re1 per national sms in these days.

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