Tata Docomo Launches Long Term Validity Packs

By December 9th, 2011 AT 11:05 AM

Tata Docomo today announced a long term special tariff rate cutter for Karnataka circle GSM customers for the local users, where customer can enjoy all local mobile calls at just 1ps/2secs (effective 30ps/min) for Rs 61 with 90 days validity.

All other Landline & STD Calls at1.2p/sec also customer can enjoy 198 free Local/National/day for 90 days.

First two sms of the day will be charged at .50ps/sms.The existing pack of RC 23 still continues to give the same benefit for the 30 days.

RC

RC23

RC61

MRP

23

61

Talktime

0

0

Benefit

All local Mobile Calls @ 1p/2Sec

All local Mobile Calls @ 1p/2Sec

SMS Benefit*

198 SMS Free/ Day (Local/National),1st 2sms of the day will be chargeable @ .50ps/sms

198 SMS Free/ Day (Local/National),1st 2sms of the day will be chargeable @ .50ps/sms

Tariff/ SMS validity

30 Days

90 Days

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Reliance cdma gives me all local call 20p in 46 rs with full talktime 46….

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XEON :
Using Reliance customer can enjoy all local mobile calls at just 1ps/2secs only for STV Rs. 54 with 90 days validity and
FRC Rs. 51 with Rs. 31 Talktime with 90 days validity

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