Tata Docomo revises 3G packs in Kerala, 1GB to cost Rs 189

By February 28th, 2015 AT 6:17 PM

Tata Docomo has revised its 3G prepaid data packs in Kerala circle. Now 1GB 3G data comes at Rs 189 with 30 days validity. Earlier Rs 153 used to offer 1GB for 30 days, which has been reduced to 700MB.

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This is the second time Tata Docomo revise its 3G data offering this year in Kerala Circle. Initially Rs 153 3G pack offered 1.5GB with 30 days validity. This was reduced to 1GB last January and now further reduced to 700MB. Recently BSNL also had made revisions to its 3G data packs by reducing the validity.

Also read: Tata Docomo to offer personalised service messages through Facebook

Both BSNL and Docomo has been pushing 3G tariff to higher level for last few months. Currently BSNL, Aircel, Reliance and Docomo offer base 1GB 3G pack at Rs 175-198 range while Airtel, Idea and Vodafone offer the same around Rs 250.

Please share your view on Docomo 3G tariff hike by comments below.

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sukaadi
sukaadi

BSNL and DOCOMO are in competition to shutdown their services. Hope they both will tie and shut down soon.

CONCEPT GURU
CONCEPT GURU

TD is near death as docomo is planning to exit in all circles as not achieved sales and profit target. now it is doing massive taking back of all assets.

nasir
nasir

pakistani pepoles useing 5gb 3g at just 150rupes and 240rupes 30gb 3g and here we are getting hardly one gb 3g at cost 180/250 🙁

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