Tata Docomo Increases Prepaid Base Tariffs to 2paisa/Sec for GSM and CDMA Customers

By April 8th, 2013 AT 11:22 AM

After the intense competition and low tariff days are over, Tata Docomo, which is known as pioneer in introducing 1 paisa per second plan in Indian telecom industry, has joined the bandwagon of companies increasing tariffs.

Tata Docomo

After revising SMS, Data (2G and 3G) and Voice Packs, now Tata Docomo has increased its base tariff by 100% from the existing tariff for all new activations. The new base tariff will 2paisa/sec for all local and STD calls to any network valid for a one year for all new Tata Docomo GSM & CDMA customers.

Tata Docomo also issued a public notice regarding the new increased base tariff for its prepaid GSM and CDMA customers which is published it in all leading newspapers as per TRAI guidelines.

Tata Docomo Public notice for new base tariff

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Anjali
Anjali

First they did everything to build customer base, now they are sucking those customers , 100% hike could not be justified

Patrick
Patrick

Any possibility to register complaint their Internet Usage policy?? I.e., Auto-disconnection after every 40 minutes. ‘Am desperate to take them considering what they’ve shown in TV commercials “99% Network Coverage. Anytime, Anywhere..”. Bollocks!!

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