Tata Docomo CDMA Intros STV24; Offer Local & STD at 1p/2sec

By January 13th, 2012 AT 3:03 PM

Tata Docomo CDMA brings a new special tariff voucher (STV) of Rs.24 for Kolkata and West Bengal to make local and STD calls to any network at just 1p/2sec.

Now Tata Docomo CDMA (earlier Tata Indicom) customers in Kolkata & West Bengal telecom circles can make any calls in India at just 1p/2sec (30paisa/minute in second pulse) by recharging just Rs.24 for 30 days.

Interestingly same tariff is offered by MTS for Rs 67 for 30 days, while MSaver 141 gives the tariff validity of lifetime, provided you make minimum recharge of Rs 900 for each 180 days.

Recent data shows that Tata Tele is loosing many customers on their CDMA platform mostly due to lack of good tariff and promotion. TTSL made a change to bring its CDMA and GSM wing under one brand – Tata Docomo. It seems under this new brand TTSL is trying to hard to latch its subscribers on its CDMA network.

For more details about new STV, call 121 (toll free) Tata Docomo CDMA customer care.

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