TATA Docomo Premium WiFi Service plans, offers 1GB at Rs 100

By June 23rd, 2016 AT 9:05 AM

Tata Docomo Wi-Fi network offers connectivity at 500+ Wi-Fi hotspots in India across major hotels, airports, educational institutes and cafes. Tata Docomo has partnered with major brands like Starbucks, Domino’s, KFC, Airport Authority of India, GMR, GVK, Taj Hotels, Le Meridian, Jaguar- Land Rover to offer WiFi hotspot service.

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The plans start at as low as Rs 20 and offer 200MB of internet for one day. 500MB plan comes at a cost of Rs 50 for 3 days, while 1GB plan costs Rs 100 for 15 days validity.

Similarly 2.5GB plan comes with a price tag of Rs 200 for 30 days and 7GB would cost Rs 500 with validity of 90 days. Further, for Rs 10,000 customer could get 150GB which is valid for one year. All plans comes with speed of 5 Mbps.

MRPWi-Fi UsageUsage ValidityBandwidth
20200 MB1 day5 Mbps
50500 MB3 days5 Mbps
1001 GB15 days5 Mbps
2002.5 GB30 days5 Mbps
5007 GB90 days5 Mbps
10000150 GB360 days5 Mbps

Customers can subscribe to any plan online by clicking “Buy plan” option available on Tata Docomo Wi-Fi Landing page. The company is also offering scratch card through Wi-Fi desk available at Wi-Fi hotspot locations. The plans are much cheaper than mobile data on 3G/4G and cost per GB is below Rs 100. The speeds will be more consistent than mobile data as WiFi hotspots don’t normally suffer from network congestion. However, availability of WiFi Hotspots are limited to few locations like Airports and brand outlets.

Inputs: Jigar Patel

An IT professional who has got great passion for telecom. Has been closely watching Indian telecom space since 2009.

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