Virgin Mobile CDMA Stops Adding New Customers

By November 1st, 2011 AT 2:10 AM

Virgin Mobile CDMA Stops Adding New CustomersFollowing Virgin Group’s exit from Virgin Mobile venture of Tata Tele, the days of the mobile brand was numbered and now it looks like TTL is closing down Virgin brand one by one.

For last 2 years, TTL faces lower customer addition to their CDMA voice services – Tata Docomo CDMA (earlier Tata Indicom).

TTL’s GSM arm Tata Docomo takes the limelight of Tata’s mobile services; it causes TTL to undergo a brand makeover for its CDMA business.

TTL is focusing its CDMA wing to data centric business, as Photon is already well accepted brand for wireless broadband market. TTL is bringing its CDMA business under one wing – Tata Docomo CDMA/Walky/Photon.

In a latest email conversation with Virgin Mobile customer care we came to know TTL stops providing new Virgin Mobile CDMA connection.

Existing customers will keep getting all benefits of Virgin Mobile CDMA as they were. Helpline of Virgin CDMA remains on 125999 (tollfree from Virgin Mobile CDMA).

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What happened to the numbering series allotted to virgin!

Rahulz Pandey
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Virgin Mobile India is not going to quit from India , they have make a brand agreement til 2025 for GSM venture under Virgin GSM with TATA TEL until they receive MVNO status from TRAI . When receive MVNO status by 2018 expected they will come with Virgin 4G LIVE under Virgin Mobile USA pro technology interchange . Virgin GSM gonna stay in market for a long time . About CDMA Vflash users are still there . Vigin CDMA sims are sold on special places till yet (2013). CDMA still are rarely used nowadays , Virgin CDMA future is over… Read more »

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