MTS Launches FREE Data Card Offer For Postpaid Customers

By June 13th, 2011 AT 1:18 PM

After the successful launch of Free MTS Pulse the HTC Android smartphone with bundled tariff plan, MTS India today announced the launch of one more exciting offer of free MBlaze EVDO Data cards bundled with Advance Rental Mobile Broadband tariff plans for its postpaid customers across all telecom circles.

MTS has introduced two compelling Advance Rental Plans (ARP) wherein customers paying three months rent in advance will be entitled to a FREE MBlaze device.

The MTS Mblaze customer will have an option to select from two “Value for Money” offers- MBlazer ARP 3GB 2097 and MBlazer ARP 6GB Unlimited 2397.

MBlazer ARP 3GB 2097 :

Customers need to pay just Rs. 2097 to get bundled data usage of 3GB per month for three months along with FREE MBlaze data card.

After three months customer will automatically migrate to MBlazer 3GB plan of monthly rental of Rs. 699.

The customers will have the choice to opt for any of the postpaid retail plans available.

MBlazer ARP 6GB Unlimited 2397 :

Customers need to pay just Rs. 2397 to get bundled usage of 6GB per month for three months along with FREE MBlaze data card.

After three months, customer will automatically migrate to MBlazer 6GB Unlimited plan of monthly rental of Rs. 799.

The customers will have the choice to opt for any of the postpaid retail plans available.

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