MTS Launches Mega Mela – Consumer Engagement Program In Kerala

MTS India today launched ‘MTS Mega Mela’ – a unique initiative to engage and connect with its customers across Kerala.

The initiative has been designed to address the existing and new customers and provide them a range of telecom services under one single roof.

Through MTS Mega Mela, the company plans to address all the existing & new customer requirements like Voice & Data services, Smartphone activations, Special Recharge offers, Free handset service, MNP Services amongst others.

MTS Mega Mela would be organized at high traffic locations in various towns across Kerala where existing and new customers can walk in to experience a host of MTS products and services. The company plans to take this program to other towns across the circle including Palakkad, Cherthala, Trissur, Irinjalakkuda, Kannur amongst others.

The Mega Mall would be organized at Sastha Kalyanamandapam, Opposite Municipal Office Building , Statue Junction, Tripunithura, Kochi for two days – Friday 16th December and Saturday 17th December.

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December 15, 2011 9:27 pm 9:27 PM

I recharged with Rs.158 and they subscribed me with the caller tunes, which is chargeable after 15 days… Absolutely nonsense & shameful… why they do without the knowledge of the customer. I had to later unsubscribe it after knowing the activation.

Tremerin Dsouza
December 15, 2011 9:27 pm 9:27 PM

A reminder to readers, this forum is for telecom related matters and please keep non telecom related matter out from here.

MTS Kerala User
December 15, 2011 8:55 pm 8:55 PM
Please don’t post Jokes like this. We don’t want mela. Just travel by NH from Kochi to Thrissur. We are in Kochi-Thrissur route and we get mts connected calls most times wont last more than 2 minutes. Wish we were rich enough so that we could use other operators connection. MTS is the cheapest so we still use MTS. But towers are 1/3rd required minimum specified even for CDMA operators. We are not talking about GSM, but CDMA. Other CDMA operators have more coverage as they might be having more towers. MTS is worst in Kerala. Other states it may… Read more »