MTS launched new unlimited calling pack with off-net minutes

By August 9th, 2015 AT 3:43 PM

India’s CDMA-exclusive operator, MTS, has launched a unlimited calling pack for its customers in the Kolkata & West Bengal circle.


This new unlimited calling pack, which is priced at Rs. 149, offers unlimited calls to MTS number, and 200 free off-net minutes that can be used for local calls. It is value-for-money pack as it comes with off-net minutes with a validity of 28 days.

MTS Unlimited Pack details :

Price Benefits Validity
Rs 149 Unlimited MTS calls (Local)

& 200 Local Off Net Minutes

28 Days

As per latest reports, voice revenues of MTS, have decreased a lot in the last quarter due to unavailability of handsets, and consumers’ move to data segment. On the other hand, a company like MBlaze is performing very well, and its data revenue is now contributing to 50 percent of its total revenue.

Also Read: MTS Reduces Data benefits for prepaid customers across India, introduces new data pack.

PS: Do check with your customer care before using this recharge pack.

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karnataka — for 87Rs ,87rs talktime+1000min mts calls+100sms +500mb 3g


RCDMA has withdrawn some benefits in all its truly unlimited plans. From last 2 months, I was using Rs.949 truly unlimited plan which used to offer unlimited on-net/off-net local and std calls + data in both home and roam circle. Now off-net part has been revised to FUP of 3000 mins. But average 100 mins/day off-net is not bad too.


Yes they changed offnet from unlimited to 3000 min. But not bad. It is still catchy plan.

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