Tata Indicom Introduces New BlackBerry Data Plans at Rs 99

By July 21st, 2011 AT 2:28 PM

Tata Indicom Introduce New BlackBerry Data Plans at Rs 99Tata Indicom new blackberry customers can now enjoy essential BlackBerry messaging services(MaiLite), BlackBerry Internet Service and BlackBerry Enterprise Server service starting at Rs 99 , Rs 199 and Rs 599 respectively for the first three months.

Standard monthly prices of Rs.299, Rs.399 and Rs.900 respectively will be applicable after the three month promotional period.

The MaiLite plan for Rs 99, offers Tata Indicom pos-paid customers access to as many as 10 supported e-mail accounts along with BlackBerry Messenger as well as other popular Instant Messaging services.

BlackBerry Internet Service plan for Rs 199 offers access to up to 10 supported e-mail accounts, BBM, Instant Messaging services, social networking and Internet browsing.

The service plan for BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Rs 599 includes all of the above plus access to corporate data and tight integration with IBM Lotus Domino , Microsoft Exchange or Novell GroupWise .

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me ye janna chati hu ki tata docomo haryana to tata indicom haryana no delhi me hai to koi roming free plan hai unlimited plan hona chaiye

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BSNL 3g data plan also so good rather than another opreators.

http://www.bsnl.in/service/3G/3G_files/3g.htm

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