Tata Docomo Rationalizes 2G Gprs packs- RC 48 Pan India

By June 1st, 2011 AT 2:27 PM

Tata Docomo Rationalizes 2G Gprs packs- RC 48 Pan IndiaIn View of the competition from the other operator and in view to continue its best offers in industry, Tata Docomo today rationalized its Two 2G Gprs packs, RC 48 Effective 3rd June 2011 00:00 hrs, Below are the changes updated in the 2G packs.

This is the 3rd GPRS pack, earlier this Year it also rationalized its RC 95 2G pack last month, where the data was reduced to 4GB from 6GB, The changes in the pack of RC 98 was effective 1st April 2011 00:00 hrs.

No changes have been done on the RC 65 & RC 149 which has 2.5GB and 8GB of 2G data usage respectively. These changes will not have any impact on the existing subscribers on the Rs. 48 pack.

They will continue to enjoy the benefit of 30 Days till such time that the validity does not expire. Post free usage the charges of 10ps/10kb would be applicable. These packs can be used both in home & roaming locations (Tata docomo network only)

Below is the snapshot of the Current GPRS pack Available in Tata Docomo.

Old BenefitsCurrent benefitNew Benefit (effective 3rd June 2011 Midnight)
Pack ValueData BenefitValidityData BenefitValidity
481GB30 days1GB21 days
Pack ValueData BenefitValidity
1498GB30 days
954GB30 days
652.5 GB30 days

Note: 65 pack is available all over India except Bihar, where the price point is RC 63.

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