TTSL Launches Photon Max REV B EVDO Services On Tata DOCOMO

Just after the Re-branding of its all CDMA product and services, Tata Teleservices launches Photon Max EVDO services on Tata DOCOMO in five metropolitan cites — Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad and Chennai, with another 22 key cities across the country set to be mapped by the end of the year.

Tata DOCOMO Photon MAX The latest addition to its best-selling Photon family of high-speed mobile broadband access products on the CDMA platform, which works on the latest REV.B platform and offers extremely fast surfing speeds up to 6.2 Mbps.

Photon Max was announced in September, 2011 and the services commercially available to consumers in 5 cities under two tariff schemes. In one, the product is being launched at an introductory price of Rs 1,999, with Rs 750 to be paid as monthly rentals, with 1.5 GB of data usage coming free.

Additional data usage will be billed at Re 0.50 per MB. In a second bundled offer, the customer will pay Rs 3,999 upfront and get the device and 1 GB of data usage per month free for five months. Any usage beyond 1 GB per month will be billed at Re 0.50 per MB.

The move is a logical next step for TTL, whose market leading products and solutions have seen it emerge as the undisputed leader in the broadband access and Enterprise segments.

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Abhi
October 21, 2011 6:21 pm 6:21 PM

krishnendu :
@tt Is there any operator providing evdo in mobile apart from mts?

Tata Docomo on CDMA as well as Reliance CDMA offers EVDO on mobile…

krishnendu
October 21, 2011 5:35 pm 5:35 PM

@tt Is there any operator providing evdo in mobile apart from mts?

Sudhakar
October 20, 2011 7:31 pm 7:31 PM

To all CDMA operators :

You all suck money by forcing customers to buy the modem rather than giving it on rental basis (like BSNL NIC type). Then you suck even more money in terms of high data rates and you idiots reduce the speed to as low as CDMA 1X if the data transfer exceeds the limit. Then why do you call them unlimited plans?. Damn it.

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