MTS Launches 1paisa Per Minute Plan for Sikkim and North Bengal Region

By January 11th, 2012 AT 7:00 PM

MTS India which has over 24 lakh voice and 1 lakh High speed data customers across West Bengal and Sikkim telecom circle today announced the launch of new exciting tariff plan of calling at 1 Paisa Per Minute (Yes, its 1paisa per minute not per second) from MTS to MTS for its prepaid voice customers across North Bengal and Sikkim region.

The offer is available to both new and existing Customers by simply recharging with Rs.99 and Rs.36 respectively.The customers will enjoy the special tariff for six months post activation.

The special tariff plan will be available only in all the towns and districts across North Bengal & Sikkim including Malda, North Dinajpur, South Dinajpur, Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling , Coochbehar, Siliguri, Alipurduar, Jalpaiguri, Raigunge, Balurghat, Islampur, Birpara etc. The customers will enjoy the special tariff for six months post activation.

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Sujit,Murshidabad
Sujit,Murshidabad

MTS offer 1 paisa/min MTS to MTS local calling.Is it applicable in Murshidabad?

Swarup sen
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it alrady lunch north bengal part of WB.For creat many customar.

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