MTS KOLKATA:FREE TALKTIME WITH STD PACK

By August 14th, 2009 AT 9:17 PM

MTS INDIA, the CDMA mobile service provider the telephony brand of Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL), today announced a lucrative offer for Kolkata subscribers on the occasion of India’s 62th Independence Day: MTS  is now offering free local talktime to customers in  Kolkata.

MTS Kolkata which offers ‘MSaver 27’ for making STD calls at Re 1 per min for 30 days now offers Rs 24.48 local talktime to be used within 30 days. This recharge can be done either by coupon or E-charge, though the second option is not available to Kolkata MTS customers yet. This offer is only for a limited period, upto 18th August, 2009.

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mahathevan
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before i was in Chennai,now i am in Bangalore i can not use MTS to MTS free plan.so i need same plan in bangalore i need any roaming recharge please tell me how much i have to reacharge,thankyou

SALONI
SALONI

MTS was recently also recognized as the “Most Successful New Telecom Operator” at the Infocomm CMAI National Telecom Awards held in July 2009…..answers all questions on people not using their uncluttered service!!!

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