S Tel Launches ‘Talk Today, Free Tomorrow’ Offer in Orissa

By June 23rd, 2010 AT 6:07 PM

S Tel, one of the youngest GSM Mobile service operator continued its endeavor to simplify the lives of mobile users, today launched, “Talk Today, Free Tomorrow” (TTFT) – for its consumers in Orissa (Odisha) telecom circle, an innovative and simple plan that would uncomplicate the lives of mobile phone users.

Priced at Rs. 19, the TTFT plan allows customers to enjoy as many free local minutes the next day as are utilized by them today. Consumers will be informed through an SMS regarding the FREE minutes available to him/her every day.

Alternatively, S Tel prepaid customers can also check their free local balance at any point by dialing *118# from their mobile phones. The pack comes with a validity of 30 days and the offer becomes active immediately on purchase.

Announcing the launch of the product at a press conference in Bhubaneswar,the capital city, Mr. Shamik Das, Chief Executive Officer, S Tel said, “S Tel prides itself in being able to identify and cater to the unaddressed needs of the communities and offer relevant products and services. The ‘Talk Today, Free Tomorrow’ plan is our endeavor to encourage the mobile users to stay connected with their near & dear ones throughout the day for days…”

Commenting on the product, Mr. Balwinder Chawla, Chief Operating Officer, Odisha circle said, “We expect TTFT to be popular with customers who have moderate to heavy mobile usage. These customers are often confused by plethora of plans in the market and hidden clauses that attempt to provide reduced call rates but in effect make them pay more.

If the caller translates the minutes earned everyday into the effective call rate applicable to him, he will find TTFT to be the most affordable plan available for local calling in Odisha market at this point. Considering that the bulk of calls made by users in Odisha are local, we anticipate this plan will see huge customer traction.”

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