TATA Docomo Offers 200 FREE SMS Every Day

By December 10th, 2009 AT 12:37 PM

TATA DOCOMO's First Unique Experience Centre in MumbaiTATA Docomo the GSM mobile service provider, today initiated a radical move in the Indian telecom industry by making SMS’s more affordable to all prepaid mobile customers in Kerala telecom circle. Tata Docomo customers in Kerala circle can avail 200 FREE SMS (Local and National) per day.

The first 2 SMS will be chargeable to any Phone-to-phone non VAS SMS and all subsequent Local and National (Phone-to-phone Non VAS). There is no recharge or voucher required. This promotion would be available to new as well as existing customers by default.

 

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Himanshu raikwar
Himanshu raikwar

I want to know how to activate 200 sms

Simina
Simina

we had mobile nos of docomo as well as PRI Lines and dongles too and we had to change the docomo to vodafone and PRI lines were changed to MTNL and Airtel and now we are struggling to end up their dongle service as they are not agreeing to their mistakes but dumping their mistakes on our head and forcing us to pay an unethical bill. Friends take any other service providers but not Tata Docomo.

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