Tata Indicom Introduces ULTA SMS Pack For Its Prepaid Customers

By March 7th, 2011 AT 5:54 PM

Tata Indicom Introduces ULTA SMS Pack For Its Prepaid CustomersTata Indicom today announced the launch of ULTA SMS PACK for its prepaid customers across India.

ULTA SMS PACK allow customers to send all STD SMSes at 5paise/SMS with this new pack, customers will be able to send all local SMSes at 10paise/SMS, thereby making the cost of STD messaging actually, even less than the local messaging.

ULTA SMS PACK is similar to Ulta Plan, where in STD calls are cheaper than local calls. By availing this pack, customers can send STD SMSes at 5 paise/SMS and local SMSes at 10 paise/SMS up to 100 SMSes per day.

Post sending 100 SMSes per day, all local SMSes will be charged at Rs 1 per SMS and STD SMSes at Rs 1.5  per SMS. While on roaming SMSes will be charged at Rs 3/- per SMS and ISD SMSes will be charged at Rs 5 per SMS.

To activate ULTA SMS PACK, pre-paid customers have to send an SMS ‘SMSULTA’ to 12524. Subscription charges of this pack are Rs 11/- for 30 days. ULTA SMS PACK will be activated and benefits will be credited to customer within 48 hours.

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