Tata DoCoMo Intros New ISD Pack In AP- Call US-Canada At 1 Paisa

By September 27th, 2010 AT 3:38 PM

Tata Docomo the GSM Mobile service operator today launched new ‘ISD Packs’ that now allows all its subscribers in Andhra Pradesh to enjoy international callings to any phone in the USA and Canada at just 1 paisa per second!

The revolutionary new ISD Packs are available at Rs59 with a validity of 30 days and Rs205 with a talk time of Rs145 with validity of 30 days.

Earlier the similar ISD packs for USA-Canada callings was launched in for its prepaid subscribers in Punjab and Gujarat circles.

“Tata DOCOMO pioneered the ‘Pay Per Use’ and ‘1 paise per-second’ concepts in India. Just a year later, the launch of this ISD Packs extends our unique pricing paradigm to international calling as well,” Mr. NV Subbarao, Regional Head – South East, TATA DOCOMO, said.

“At our launch last year, we had promised to continue to innovate and introduce industry-changing products and services—the ISD Packs are testimony to this promise,” Mr. Subbarao added. He further added introducing ISD packs was the need of the market with the shrinking international geographies and desire of the consumer to connect with their loved ones abroad at affordable international tariff.

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Never Ever Go For Docomo. Worst Operator In India. Go For BSNL or Any Other Operator


im from hyd is this offer currently available….pls let me know imm i want to shift to docomo through mnp

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