Tata Indicom Introduces Pay Per Call Flexi Plan, STD at 25p

By January 22nd, 2010 AT 2:39 PM

Tata Indicom, the CDMA brand of Tata Teleservices Limited, India’s fastest-growing pan-India dual-technology telecom service provider, today announced the launch of ‘Pay Per Call Flexi Plan’, an offer that takes the revolutionary ‘Pay Per Call’ concept to a whole new level, offering path-breaking benefits for its pre-paid subscribers. The ‘Pay Per Call Flexi Plan’ provides the customer the power of flexible billing, optimizing customer spends for both short- and long-duration calls.

Under the ‘Pay Per Call Flexi Plan’, customers can make local or STD calls at Re 1 and Rs 2, respectively, for a standard call of 5 minutes. If, however, the customer makes a call for less than one minute, he or she is charged just 25 paise per minute for both local and STD calls. The product also offers all roaming calls at 50 paise per minute.
New customers can avail this plan by buying a starter pack of Rs 99, while existing subscribers can opt for the offer with a one-time recharge of Rs 51.

“Customers today want the power of choice, value and savings and our Pay Per Call Flexi Plan offers exactly that,” Mr. Vineet Bhatia, COO Delhi and NCR & Head North Region, Tata Indicom said. This concept is indeed revolutionary as it optimizes the customer’s spends wisely and provides a competitive price point for both short- and long-duration calls. This is keeping with Tata Teleservices Limited’s stated objective of constantly innovating to provide customers with differentiated services and products on a reliable and robust platform.”

The ‘Pay Per Call Flexi Plan’ offers SMS at 50 paise for both national and local messages. The offer is valid on all calls made by Tata Indicom subscribers to any mobile phone or land line connection, across all networks. The offer has a validity of one year.

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Afroz Alam

Do one thing dude, just migrate from postpaid to prepaid. That will definitely help u. All the service providers are very smart people.

Afroz Alam

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