MTS Launches Super Zero Packs In Kolkata and West Bengal

By February 8th, 2012 AT 1:03 PM

MTS Launches Super Zero Packs In Kolkata and West BengalIn an effort to provide more value-for-money services to its subscribers CDMA service provider MTS India has come up with a  revolutionary product – ‘Super Zero’.

The company describes ‘Super Zero’ as an innovative proposition to suit every pocket with choice of daily, weekly and monthly offerings.

Now MTS customers can enjoy unlimited calling and texting on MTS network from bouquet of options starting as low as Rs 17.

With new STV147 you can make 2.4 lac seconds or 4000 minutes of local onnet calls and 60K seconds or 1000 minutes of STD onnet calls and 200 local and national onnet sms per day for 30 days.

Details of MTS Super Zero Packs:

STV ValueOnnet Calling BenefitsSMS Benefits
Rs 17Local & national onnet unlimited calling200 local & national onnet sms1 day
Rs 47Local & national onnet unlimited calling200 local & national onnet sms/day7 days
Rs 147Local & national onnet unlimited calling*200 local & national onnet sms/day30 days
Local On-net Packs
Rs 371.2 lac local on-net secondsNA30 days
Rs 972.4 lac local on-net seconds200 local & national onnet sms/day30 days

* Fair Use Policy applicable @ 2.4 Lac secs local on-net & 60K secs for national on-net & SMS 200/day as per TRAI regulation

Currently these new plans are applicable in Kolkata and West Bengal but will be launched in other circles very soon. For more details call MTS customer care 155 from your MTS Mobile.

Update : This product is now available for PAN India customers.

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