Tata Docomo Plays Hide And Seek With STV Validity

By August 12th, 2011 AT 11:52 AM

Tata Docomo Plays Hide And Seek With STV ValidityTata Docomo nowadays seems to silently brush up its special tariff vouchers.Recently they went for a change in its Rs. 24 special tariff voucher in the state of Tamil Nadu.

So long the Rs.24 STV had an initial validity of 30 days which has been now reduced to just 20 days.

Same thing followed the Rs.66 STV which had an initial validity of 90 days, now being offered at just 60 days.

This came in effect from 6th August 2011 onwards. The tariff of both the STVs offer the same benefit of calling all India at just Rs. 0.005/sec.

Thanks to S.Sudhakar

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I was very much satisfied with Tata Docomo’s service and tariff’s in Kerala and so took the same connection wen i moved to TN. But now they seem to be playing games and making fool of their own loyal customers. There charges are really high n also validity is less. Even the free SMS charge is increased.
There is no network coverage in the DLF IT Park, Porur, Chennai.


Now really it’s time to get out of Docomo. They started off well though. If they silently reduces validity, what’s the difference between docomo and reliance? Why should people get rid of reliance?

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