Tata Docomo (Kolkata & RoWB) Launches On-Net Pack

By March 6th, 2010 AT 1:33 PM

Tata Docomo the GSM brand from Tata Teleservices and the latest entrant on Indian telecom space has introduced new On-Net pack for their customers in Kolkata and RoWB circles.

Following their legacy into “Pay Per Second” offerings now they have introduced a pack designed for all the talk buffs and who owns a Tata Docomo connection.

This pack can be recharged by both BuddyNet as well as normal customers and it offers local callings upto 10000 seconds for 1 day.  The details of the pack is given below:

Processing Fee(Rs) Service Tax(Rs) Tariff Validity (Days)
14 Local Tata to Tata* 10000sec free Rs 12.56 Rs 1.44 1

* Local means – Kolkata & RoWB

* Tata to Tata means – Tata DOCOMO, Tata Indicom Mobile and Virgin Mobile Numbers.

N.B.: The recharge has to be made through Special EVD option or else the tariff won’t work.

Though the plan offers an unbeatable on-net talktime but the only things that dampens the positivity of the pack is its validity. Had it been more than a day then the offer might have excited the customers.

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