MTS Makes Recharge Vouchers Available At Post Offices In Chennai

MTS TN & Kerala COO Srinirao Saripalli with Chennai Post Master General MS Ramanujan

MTS TN and Kerala COO Srinirao Saripalli with Chennai Post Master General MS Ramanujan

Now it will be even easier for the people of Chennai to buy recharge vouchers for their MTS mobile phone. Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd, the company that owns the MTS brand, has tied-up with India Post to make available recharge vouchers across all post offices in Chennai.

Initially, these vouchers will be available at 50 post offices, and the scheme will later be expanded to cover all post offices in the city.

MTS is also undertaking an SMS and internal campaign to educate people about this new offering. Details of the recharges at post-offices are also available at MTS customer care numbers 155 and 91 50 155 155.

Mr. Srinirao Saripalli, Chief Operating Officer, Tamil Nadu & Kerala, quotes Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd., “India Post has a very vast and widespread network of post-offices that are located at prominent places. Several of them are landmarks in themselves. This initiative to partner with India Post will not only provide our customers easily identifiable points-of-sale where they can buy MTS vouchers, but will also provide us extensive brand visibility. All our current top-ups and RCVs will be available in e-recharge form at 50 post offices in Chennai beginning October 15.”

Mr. M.S.Ramanujan, Post Master General, Chennai City Region, said, “India Post has been dedicated to enabling better communications among people. On our National Postal Week, we are happy to provide another great way of enhancing communications for the people of Chennai, by offering MTS recharge vouchers.”

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vengat
November 4, 2009 8:47 pm 8:47 PM
the tariff plan of the mts is the most innovative to please the early birds. i am happy with the coverage. i had been to various places of tamilnadu. i had good coverage. but the tariff plan enabled to avial various msavers simultaneously and pay only the least tarrif. but the problem i faced was only to top up. e re-charge was not easily avialble like from other oberators. now i am paying nil for mts to mts. for chinna call in seconds pulse. std and local call at 49/mt and above one minute local call at 60 p per… Read more »
Ravi
October 15, 2009 10:41 am 10:41 AM

In rural India, Post Office is still a major place where an average village visits frequently. Good for rural folks.

aditya
October 15, 2009 10:34 am 10:34 AM

well i think being an innovative player, it should tie up with leading retailers like big bazaar,spencer’s etc to make their product more visible and reachable to the end consumers…….also they haven’t yet come up with a Tv commercial which is a huge drawback as compared to others……

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