MTS Intros MBlaze Social Media Pack, Unlimited Free Access to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

By July 11th, 2012 AT 8:08 PM

In an effort to provide more value for money services, country’s  CDMA-only operator MTS India today introduces exciting ‘Social Media Product’ for its high speed Mblaze Mobile Broadband – Data customers offering Unlimited Free Access to Social Networking sites facebook.com, twitter.com and linkedin.com.

This ‘Social Media Product’ offer can be availed by both new and existing MTS Mblaze customers through a recharge voucher (FRC/STV) priced Rs.647 offering 6GB EVDO data to new customers and 4GB EVDO data to  existing customers at 3.1 Mbps Speed along with Unlimited FREE access to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

The Free usage of 6GB for new customers & 4 GB for existing customers will be utilized for browsing all the URLs other than content for Unlimited access of above 3 social networking sites.

Terms & Conditions:

  • All exclusive content of the 3 URLs – www.facebook.com , www.twitter.com & www.linkedin.com will give unlimited access for 30 days validity of the product.
  • Content outside the domain/servers of these 3 websites will be chargeable-e.g. links hosted on YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, etc. will be charged as they fall out of the purview of 3 websites.
  • Bundled Usage of 6GB for new customers & 4 GB for existing customers will be utilized for browsing all the URLs other than content for Unlimited access 3 sites
  • Contents delivered over secured communication (https) can be chargeable if end servers are not hosted /owned by these 3 social sites mentioned above.
  • Product configured with best knowledge of MTS and any variation in future may not be a part of it

9
Leave a Reply

avatar
Photo and Image Files
 
 
 
9 Comment threads
0 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
8 Comment authors
Bold76KARTHIKchandraaashuSpiderman Recent comment authors
newest oldest most voted
Bold76
Bold76

what about video chat on fb? is that unlimited too? anybody tried it?

KARTHIK
KARTHIK

@chandra
I AGREE

Recent Posts

Bharti Airtel Forcing Prepaid Users to Make a Mandatory Recharge After 7 Days of Plan Expiry

Telecom operator Bharti Airtel has made some changes to minimum recharge policy and it’s now forcing its prepaid users to...

Vodafone Idea CEO Balesh Sharma Steps Down, Ravinder Takkar Announced as New CEO

In a new turn of events, Vodafone Idea CEO, Balesh Sharma has stepped down from his position, citing personal reasons....

Xiaomi Mi A3 Likely to Start at Rs 14,998 in India, Hints Amazon Listing

Xiaomi Mi A3 which is launching in India on August 21 will likely start retailing at a price of Rs...