T24 launches new STV 88 in Mumbai ; offers lower calling rates & free data

By May 21st, 2016 AT 11:58 AM

Future Group owned T24, India’s only MVNO, has now launched a new tariff voucher for its customers in Mumbai to offer calls at relatively lower charges. The new STV priced at Rs 88 will allow customers to enjoy the cheapest on-net calls to both Tata Docomo and T24 numbers.

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It also comes with free data benefits on 2G network. As operators have been cutting down on freebies in almost every circle in order to improve the ARPU, it has resulted in operators having stopped offering dirt cheap rate cutters and charging more than twice for net rate cutters. But with T24’s new STV 88 recharge, customers would get to enjoy calls to Tata numbers at only 10p/min and those to other numbers at 60p/min.

Additionally it also gives 300 MB data for 90 days – meaning that you are getting all these benefits at less than 1 Rs/day. The STV 88 is available on both online and easy recharge.

Pack Details Benefits Validity
Rs 88
  • 10p/min for local on-net calls (Docomo / T24)
  • Other all calls @ 60p/min
  • 300 MB 2G data
90 days
* Available to T24 Mumbai customers. # USSD activation code : *300*88#

You can also dial *300*88# to recharge the STV from your main balance. However the offer is currently available in Mumbai circle only but we except the company to roll out similar offers in other circles soon.

Inputs: sunil yadav (Idea88)

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