Tata Docomo Launches Speed Booster Packs for Photon 3G and Photon Max Customers in Karnataka

By March 13th, 2013 AT 7:36 PM

Tata Docomo today  announced the launch of three Speed Booster Packs for Photon 3G and Photon Max data customers priced  Rs 125, Rs.200 and Rs.350 for its postpaid subscribers with unlimited plans (with speed FUP) across Karnataka circle.

Tata Docomo

With these speed booster packs, Tata Photon 3G & Max postpaid customer will not have to wait for the closure of their bill cycle and can continue accessing wireless Internet at the high speeds. Users can enjoy benefits of 500MB of data for Rs.125, 1GB for a tariff of Rs.200 and 2GB for Rs.350.

To activate these services, the customer can either choose to call 1800-266-121 or visit the nearest Tata Docomo Brand Store in Karnataka circle.

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@Somnath Paul_ Ekdum thik bolechen..

h rajpoot

Tata docomo is really deviated from their motto of ……….do the new………..they are offering tarrif like a-vo-id………but their network coverage is no way near to a-vo-id………………and horribly showing false add on tv …..that their connectivity is everywhere???????????????

Adil

I do agree TATA have diverted from the motto the company who came with 1p/s now charges 2p/s i.e. 1.20 PS for a minute
Really they are gone mad they have dug there own well….

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