Tata Docomo Photon Plus Slashes Tariff Plans For Bangalore Users

By June 29th, 2012 AT 6:30 PM

Tata Docomo Photon Plus Slashes Tariff Plans For Bangalore UsersTata Docomo has announced new offers for its Tata Photon Plus Postpay and Prepay customers across India. Tata Docomo Photon Plus postpay customers can choose from unlimited 6GB usage for only Rs. 950 rental or unlimited 11 GB for only Rs.1200. These 2 unlimited plans also offer cash back of Rs 100 per month for 12 months from date of purchase.

Tata Docomo entry level packs now cost Rs 250 that offers 1GB of data download as compared to Rs 650 earlier. Likewise Rs 450 pack which earlier cost 750 will offer 2GB

For the first time, Tata Docomo has also come up with Reload packs for Photon Plus Postpay customers with 1GB at Rs 200 and 2GB at Rs 350. This means customers can now continue to enjoy uninterrupted high speed internet post consumption of their data limit.

Tata Docomo Photon offers unlimited Internet surfing plans, usage based plans and much more. Prepay customers can now get unlimited 2GB usage on recharge of Rs. 700. There are various prepay plans that customers can choose based on usage and wallet.

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Dear Krishna,

can u tell which one is best to use skype,i am using 2GB,unlimmited,but with in 20days net become slow,so i have to wait 10days again to recharge,so can u tell .

arindam
arindam

Little Jimmy,
How is it ”unlimited” if it is ”up to 2 GB”?

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