Tata Docomo Launch’s Fun Station

By April 5th, 2011 AT 2:19 PM

Tata Docomo Launchs Fun StationContinuing its best Offers in Tariff & VAS in telecom industry, Tata Docomo India’s fastest growing telecom has come up with a Ready to Delight Vas Offer for its subscriber with the launch of its innovative VAS, “FUN Station”.

Fun Station is an attempt to provide a One Stop Regionalized Entertainment experience on mobile.

Packed with latest content and applications from various genres like Music, Movies, Sports, Humor, Devotions and more that that the service will be available in 16 languages of your choice with the pinch of the regional taste.The Good thing in this VAS is that its has added the sample usage of the entertainment in the IVR before subscribing any pack.

Now you might be thinking how the Fun train starts? Simple dial 543210 (Toll free) and subscribe the Fun station at just Rs 5 for 7 days with 21 mins(1260 secs) of Fun entertaining masti. User need not think too much to subscribe the pack because ,It’s a pocket friendly VAS which suits to everyone’s budget and with regional choice.

Even if customer has Re 1 balance he can subscribe the pack for 3 days and enjoy 9 mins(540 secs) of subscription. The user can top up post the minutes of usage is over, Top up options are available as low as Re 3 to max of Re 5. TO deactivate user can dial 543210(Toll free) if he wish to end his fun.

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