Tata Docomo Intros New Recharges In Kolkata & West Bengal

By March 6th, 2010 AT 2:48 PM

Tata Docomo Intros New Recharges In Kolkata & West BengalTata DoCoMo, JV of TTSL and Japan’s NTT Docomo which is running high on success way, adding highest number of subscribers in successive months has offered some extra benefits to customers in Kolkata and West Bengal telecom circle. At the same time they introduces some bulk pack for local calling targeting high ARPU customers.

These Local Bulk Packs is applicable to calling to any number irrespective of network in Kolkata and WB circle, but talk-time has limited validity. With these bulk packs one can make local calls as low as 24.95 paisa per minutes. At the same time they are giving free talktime on topup e-recharge of Rs 200, 300 and 500 and there is no validity issue.

Local Bulk Packs:

MRP (Rs) Bulk Local Talk Time Validity (days)
35 4500 sec (=75min) 5
60 9000 sec (=150min) 10
110 18000 sec (=300min) 20
499 120000 sec (=2000 min) 30

Bonus Talktime Packs (Offer Valid till 31st March 2010)

Topup E-Recharge (Rs) Talkvalue (Rs)
200 210
300 320
500 555

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saket

@Prasath J
yes correct, also per minute rate drops to 36paise with per second billing

Anirban Mukherjee
Anirban Mukherjee

But what is the usefulness of it when network is third-class?

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