Unlimited Offers from Tata Indicom

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Tvm: Tata Indicom, the CDMA brand of Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), India’s leading pan-India dual-technology telecom service provider, has announced the launch of a competitive and attractive offer that allows customers to make unlimited calls to any Tata network across.

Under the new ‘Unlimited Offer’, there are two innovative packs, ‘Unlimited Local Pack 299’ and ‘Unlimited National Pack 599’, which offer the benefit of unlimited local or STD calling ,respectively to any Tata connection, including Tata Indicom, Tata Walky, Tata DOCOMO and Virgin Mobile.

In a release, Radhakrishnan KV, Chief Operating Officer of Tata Indicom’s operations in Kerala Circle, said, “At Tata Indicom, we are striving to offer best-in-the-industry propositions to our customers, with the larger objective of meeting their diverse needs. The new Unlimited offers are a step in that direction, wherein Tata Indicom customers will be able to make unlimited free calls to the Tata World for a whole month. These new vouchers will give people an easy and hassle-free option for convenient calling within the Tata World”.

The ‘Unlimited Local Pack 299’ is priced at Rs 299 and offers an exceptional calling solution for all local calls. This pack offers unlimited free calls to any local Tata phone for a 30-day period. The offer is unique with daily 30 minutes free local calls to other network phones. On Sundays an additional 30 minutes of free local calls (total 60 minutes) to other network phones is available .The pack offers tariff validity of 30 days.

The ‘Unlimited National Pack 599’ is priced at Rs 599 and targets those pre-paid subscribers who have a heavier need to make long-distance calls. This pack offers unlimited free calls, local and STD, to the Tata World. Subscribers will also be entitled to 30 minutes free daily and 60 minutes on Sundays to other network phones (this can be used for making both local and STD calls). This pack also offers tariff validity of 30 days.

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