Tata Docomo Offering a Rs. 349 Tariff Plan With 1GB Data Per Day and Unlimited Voice Calls for 56 Days

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Tata Docomo is offering a tariff plan of Rs. 349 (price varies with the circle) which offers benefits in-line with rival telecom operators such as Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jio, and Idea Cellular. This plan from Tata Docomo is valid in some circles where the operator has its operations. For example, this Rs. 349 plan is not valid for Bihar subscribers, and in some circles the tariff plan's price is Rs. 356.


So, we suggest you check Tata Docomo's website before proceeding to recharge. Coming back to the benefits offered by the plan, it gives 1GB 2G/3G data per day, along with unlimited voice calls, which sadly are limited to the home circle itself. Lastly, the benefits are valid for 56 days.

Having said that, this plan is valid in the following circles: Andhra Pradesh &Telangana, Karnataka, Mumbai, Maharashtra, UP East, UP West, Orissa, West Bengal, Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, and Kerala.

There are some limitations as well with this plan. A user can make up to 8000 minutes of free calls to any network in the home circle, and beyond the limit, he will be charged at 30 paise/min. Also, post the 1GB data per day limit, the user will be charged 10 paise/MB.


The best part of this plan is it's valid for both the existing and new customers. Alongside this plan, Tata Indicom (in Delhi circle) also offering a Rs. 148 plan that gives 2GB data and unlimited local and STD calls for 28 days. This plan is in-line with Reliance Jio's Rs. 149 plan that offers unlimited voice calls and 2GB data per day for 28 days.

Tata Docomo also has this plan of Rs. 148 (price varies with the circle) that gives same benefits of 2GB data and unlimited voice calls for 28 days. The voice calls are limited to 4000 minutes during the validity period, and both the Rs. 349 plan and Rs. 148 plan are not valid for commercial use.

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