MTS India Starts New Data War, Starts Offering 40 GB at Rs 999 and Much More

By October 6th, 2014 AT 1:35 PM

MTS India has rolled out exciting offerings for its existing and new data customers. Now new data customers of MTS India can buy  MBlaze Ultra WiFi dongle for Rs. 999 which is almost half of what the competition is offering. MTS has also introduced a wide range of monthly usage plans suiting the needs of customers across categories.

Interestingly, MTS is the only telecom operator in India today that offers such quantum of data usage at aggressive price points with data speeds of up to 9.8 Mbps on its 3G Plus telecom network.

For Prepaid CustomersFor Postpaid Customers
Monthly Data Plans Monthly Data Plans
20 GB at Rs 99940 GB at Rs 999
7 GB at Rs 69914 GB at Rs 700
5 GB at Rs 49910 GB at Rs 550
3 GB at Rs 399

These new data packs will be available in all 9 circles where MTS provides data services – Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Kolkata, West Bengal and UP West.

New postpaid customers just need to pay Rs. 999 to get an MBlaze Ultra WiFi dongle which was earlier available for Rs. 1499 – priced almost half as offered by competitors.

New prepaid customers need to pay just Rs 1749 instead of Rs. 2299 for MBlaze Ultra Wi-fi dongle along with 10 GB data.

In keeping with the festive spirit, aggressive monthly data plans have also been made available – postpaid customers can opt for 40 GB data pack for Rs. 999, 14 GB for Rs. 700 and 10GB for just Rs. 550.

MTS has also introduced a new range of aggressive prepaid data plans – 3GB for Rs. 399, 5 GB for Rs. 499, 7GB for Rs. 699 and 20GB for Rs. 999, all with 30 days validity.

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