TATA DOCOMO Introduces BuddyNet

By January 5th, 2010 AT 6:41 PM

TATA DOCOMO Introduces BuddyNetTATA DOCOMO has once again arrived with another customer friendly offer by which they can stay connected to much more friends and that too using “BuddyNet”, and that’s described as the best way to talk unlimited with unlimited Buddies without worrying about burning a hole in your pocket.

This offer is for Prepaid Tata DOCOMO customers any existing or new Tata DOCOMO Prepay customer can join BuddyNet. Once you are in all you need to do is ask your friends to do the same and you will be getting 50 SMS Free for Inviting your friends. What’s best is that it’s not just your friends, but everyone who has joined BuddyNet that get the special tariff when they speak to each other.

When you call any friend on BuddyNet, you pay 1p/6 Sec in your local circle and 2p/Sec in other circles all you need to pay to be connected to all your buddies is Rs 7/Week. And the Best thing is there is No Limit to the number of buddies you can connect with.Also if you are not an existing Tata DOCOMO Customer, then by joining NOW and you will be able to enjoy the priviledges of BuddyNet for free for the First two months.

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how we can subscribe to buddynet? Whats its procedure pls tell me.

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how to disjoin from buddynet?

please tell me

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