MTS Partners With Meru Cabs To Roll Out High Speed Mobile Internet

By February 14th, 2011 AT 3:31 PM

MTS Partners With Meru Cabs To Roll Out High Speed Mobile InternetSistema Shyam TeleServices Limited today announced the launch of a unique initiative for passengers traveling by Meru Cabs in New Delhi and Mumbai.

The customers now just need to ask the cab driver for an MBlaze dongle to enjoy free internet surfing along with an unlimited data download. The company plans to launch similar services in other major towns including Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

With the Cricket World Cup round the corner, such a service would also enable cricket enthusiasts travelling through the city to connect their laptops via mobile broadband and check out the latest match scores and updates.

Flagging off the MBlaze powered Meru Cabs,Leonid Musatov, Chief Marketing Officer, Sistema Shyam Teleservices Limited (SSTL), said, “At MTS, our endeavor is to constantly excite and delight data users. Our partnership with Meru Cabs has been specially designed to offer seamless data connectivity to users on the go, both in Delhi and in Mumbai”.

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Bhaiya…MTS to chalta hi naahi….most of the place I have to search the network.
Believe that why Meeru Cab is chosen so that people keep moving feel happy that most of places now they are getting network.


yes it should be in trains and in all cabs free and should not become premium service.

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