MTS Launches Lowest Voice Tariff For Its Customers In Kolkata and RoWB Circles

MTS today announced the launch of a special tariff voucher of Rs 26 for its customers in Kolkata and Rest of West Bengal (RoWB) circles. The tariff voucher will enable lowest call tariffs for MTS Customers in comparison to any other mobile operator in the two circles.

The voucher benefits include local calls from MTS to other network at 1.2 paise/3 sec (i.e. 24 paise/min) and MTS to MTS local calls within the Kolkata and RoWB circles at 1.2 paise/6 sec (i.e. 12 paise /min).

The plan has been designed keeping in mind the communication needs of customers in the upcoming festive season. The special tariff voucher will be promoted extensively not just in Kolkata but also smaller towns for greater visibility and awareness about the product. The Company plans to explore innovative media like wall paintings, food carts, auto rain-covers, bus seats, etc. to reach out to customers even in the remotest corners of RoWB.

This Voucher will be available to MTS customers in Kolkata and RoWB circle through a robust network of over 33000 retailers across Kolkata and RoWB circle.

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September 11, 2014 8:35 pm 8:35 PM

true, mts activated vas worth ?15 in my a/c last month without my consent, denied to refund as usual…

September 10, 2014 7:06 pm 7:06 PM

MTS is replacing RCOM in balance deduction by wrong practice of VAS activation. They have deducted 25 rupees each time for 3 times and not agree to take even complaints. Even customer care people are trained like previous RCOM customer care to politely ignore customer’s response.
26 rupees STV and 75 rupees balance deduction. So you have to pay 101 rupees to stay in their network.

pranabesh nandy
October 30, 2014 1:14 am 1:14 AM

It’s a nice move by Russian MTS if this goes on in this way then it shall be top may become no.1 after British Vodafone.

Keshav Jha
September 10, 2014 4:58 pm 4:58 PM

We miss MTS in Mumbai.