Tata Docomo launches FRC-51 for customers in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana regions

By December 23rd, 2014 AT 12:23 PM

tata docomoTata Docomo has launched a new first recharge coupon-51 (FRC) for its new prepaid GSM customers in the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana regions. Under the new plan, the FRC is available at Rs. 51, and it offers full talktime on all top up recharges starting at as low as Rs 10, for 6 months. Plus, FRC 51 also provides talk time of Rs 30, 100 free SMSs every day for 30 days, and local/STD mobile tariff to any network @ 1p/ per second on pay per second pulse.

“FRC 51 is for our customers specially the one who love to talk and stay connected with their friends and family. At Tata Docomo we always strive to bring refreshingly different experience and exclusivity for our valued customers and deliver innovative telecom products. We are confident that FRC 51 with its exclusive features would be well accepted by our customers,” said Abhijit Kishore, MBU Head, AP and Telangana, Tata Docomo.

“The overall mobile density in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Circle is at 81.06% as on 30 September 2014,” according to the TRAI data, On the other hand, due to overwhelming penetration of smartphones among millennials, the circle has witnessed a considerable growth in new wireless subscribers during the month of September, 2014.

In order to cater to this continuous momentum of the mobile industry growth, FRC 51 has been launched to fulfill the basic need of the industry- a plan with longest validity and full talktime on every recharge for 6 months.

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