TTSL Intros DIALOG, Now Access Internet over Television with Tata Photon

By March 6th, 2010 AT 11:36 AM

India’s a leading dual-technology telecom service provider Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), has announced the launch of DIALOG, a product that enables its Tata Photon Plus (CDMA EVDO Data Card) Postpaid and Prepaid subscribers to connect to the Internet on their television set itself, transforming the TV set into a multimedia device.

With the DIALOG it will be possible through data cards from Tata Photon Plus and Whiz which will turn television into an intelligent multimedia device and customers can access the Internet without a desktop or laptop being needed. Dialog will be available at Rs.6699 with Photon Whiz and Rs.7699 with Photon Plus. Initially it is being launched in Chennai and Kolkata Metro circle and progressively it will be introduced across India.

Sppeaking on the launch of DIALOG, Mr.Abhijit Sanyal, National Sales Head, TTSL stated “DIALOG is a unique and revolutionary Internet access device powered by Tata Photon Internet access service and will transform not only the way customers access the Internet, but also the way we use our television sets at home.”

Mr.Sanjiv Sinha, Regional Head (East) and COO TTSL CDMA Operations in Kolkata circle said “In todays day and age, the television set is a common and essential commodity in all households.We will help our customers experience the unique proposition of turning on their televisions to access the Internet, check their e-mails, watch streaming video and listen to online music.”

The product has been specially developed by TCS for segments which have television set but do not have desktop or laptop.The DIALOG will be available across cities and after a three-month test run.

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