Tata Docomo Launches Free ‘Air Time Rollover Plan’ For Postpaid

TATA DoCoMo today launched yet another first in the industry; ‘Free Air Time Rollover’ (FAT) offer for its potential and existing individual postpaid customers. Earlier the “Rollover Plan” facility was available for Enterprise Customers across all the circles.

The offer is a unique one where potential and existing customers can roll over their current unused free air time to next month! What makes this further compelling is that Tata DOCOMO allows the roll over of free air time for a period of 6 months.

The Free Air Time roll over plan is available under the most lucrative 20 options of their popular Diet 299 and Diet 499 plans In other words, the offer allows the customers to choose amongst different combinations that suit their usage pattern, under each plan.

If customers are unable to use the complete FAT Rollover offered in the plan in one month, the same is carried forward to next month along with the regular monthly FAT Rollover.The cumulative FAT Rollover will be available for a period of 6 months. Post the sixth month; the cumulative un-utilized FAT Rollover will be forfeited.

“This offer is yet another first in the Telecom industry and is true to our core values of honesty and transparency wherein we give our customers the opportunity to roll over their unused airtime to the next month. We are confident that this will come as a delight to our customers as it will liberate them from the pressure of exhausting the free airtime within the same month and will also significantly increase the value provided in the plans-Mr. NV Subbarao, Regional Head – South East, TATA DOCOMO said.

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August 23, 2010 6:25 pm 6:25 PM


We are sorry for the inconvenience caused to you. However, we would like to assist you with all your complaints and queries. Please send all your complaints to [email protected] with your Tata DOCOMO number and we will escalate your issue ASAP…

August 19, 2010 10:58 pm 10:58 PM

Karthik Kumar V G :
WOW…Good plan from a trend-setter company..Instead of CDMA TATA should have entered the GSM market 6 years back…If they would have done that I am sure they would have gained more than 200 million customer by now by introducing such amazing plans…

first TATA entered GSM in collabration with IDEA(aditya birla)

August 19, 2010 6:40 pm 6:40 PM

tatadocomo’s signals are poor in andhra