MTS Launches MBlaze Services in Hansi, Kaithal, Jind and Bhiwani

By March 13th, 2012 AT 2:38 PM

MTS brand with over 15 million wireless customers today announced the launch of its high-speed mobile broadband service, MBlaze in four towns – Hansi, Kaithal, Jind & Bhiwani.

With this roll out, MTS extends it’s current MBlaze footprint to 13 towns across Haryana Circle.MTS has introduced a daily usage plan, providing unlimited data usage for one day for just Rs. 96 additionally, customers can enjoy unlimited data usage with 30 day validity with Unlimited MBlazer packs starting at just Rs.999.

Customers can also watch LIVE TV and on demand Video Channels. The customers will get access to a range of News, Entertainment, Sports and Regional channels.

MTS has tied up with Hewlett Packard (HP) – On purchase of an HP laptop, customers can get an MBlaze device for just Rs. 699; Additionally, the customers can enjoy data usage of 3GB at just Rs. 490 per month for lifetime.

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@nitin Thank you nitin…!



definitely MTS will continue to work in future because there is no competetor of MTS in CDMA band so it will purchase spectrum again at low cost. If you want then you can buy MBlaze but first check the speed of that at your home or your workplace.

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