Tata DOCOMO Introduces Comedy Circus for its CDMA Mobile Subscribers

By February 21st, 2012 AT 2:28 PM

Tata DOCOMO has launched new value added service ‘Comedy Circus’ through its voice portal for Tata DOCOMO CDMA customers across circles. This service is already available for Tata DOCOMO customers on the GSM platform.

With this service users can listen to funny gags and jokes of renowned stand-up comedians like Sunil Pal, Naveen Prabhakar, Kashif and Umer Sheriff by dialing the interactive voice portal. Currently, this service is available in Hindi, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bhojpuri, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Assamese, Haryanvi, Oriya and Bengali languages.

To activate this service, Tata DOCOMO CDMA customers can dial 52020 where they will be charged Rs 30 for 60 minutes for the next 30 days.

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tata docomo is shut down their cdma services in Gujarat saliently tata docomo stop their services in about 6 or more cities in last 4 months and were we ask to customer care about this action its not clarify issue very well and gsm services is stop in some areas also
and i know this via public talks so i want to what is fact ?????

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