TATA Indicom Splashes Festive Offer Across India

By September 7th, 2010 AT 11:08 AM

TATA Indicom Splashes Festive Offer Across IndiaAfter launching ULTA Plan, TATA Indicom, the 2nd largest CDMA technology telecom operator launches festive offer for its customers across India*.

Now, TATA Indicom subscribers across India will not feel left out in the crowded festive talk time offers by various operators.

TATA Indicom launched a new Special Talk time Voucher (STTV) which is priced at Rs. 786.

This festive STTV offers you a full talk value of Rs. 786 plus also an extra talk value of Rs. 75.40. This is not the all, as a festive promotion TATA Indicom also adds 786 Local and STD sms which will be valid for 90 days from the date of Recharge. The extra talk value of Rs.75.40 has a validity of 30 days, if it’s not used within 30 days then it will be lapsed.

Note: This offer is available in all parts across India but in Maharashtra and Mumbai this offer is currently not available.

For more, you can call 12524 (toll free) from your TATA Indicom Prepaid number.

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Top up of such a huge amount is not in common use now. Give offers on 100-200 top up now. Tata do something big, because MTS is attracting us to leave Tata & join MTS.


Waste offer, waste offer. Dear tata indicom people, You please see the offers of MTS. I think the tata indicom peoples are STILL living in the age that when telephone services are started in India. Throw away the tata indicom connections.

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