MasterCard holders to get sops from Matrix Cellular


Kochi: Matrix Cellular, a leading service provider of international telecommunication services has partnered with MasterCard for all Indians going abroad. Through this collaboration, Matrix is offering attractive discounts on voice calls and data charges to all customers in possession of a MasterCard World, Platinum, Premium, Titanium or Commercial Travel Card.

The partnership with MasterCard will enable all international travellers enjoy free talk time up to Rs.500 and free data usage up to 5GB. Apart from this the customer also enjoys a hassle free experience with no burden of activation, deactivation and delivery charges. This promotion will not only enable any MasterCard customer to stay connected to his friends, family and business back home but also enjoy free incoming calls and a postpaid connection to his country of travel.

Speaking on the collaboration, Arun Batra, CEO, Matrix Cellular said, “We are indeed delighted to have partnered with MasterCard for their credit cards portfolio. The service is a unique offering which is smart yet innovative and provides all international travellers with a powerful value proposition. The customer will get free talk time and data usage every time he travels abroad. This would also reinforce our consumption in the travel space, in keeping with our vision of enhancing the travel experience of every India going abroad.”
MasterCard is a global payments and technology company and operates the world’s fastest payments processing network, connecting consumers, financial institutions, merchants, governments and businesses in more than 210 countries and territories. Matrix Cellular (International) Services is a leading provider of complete telecommunication solutions for Indians travelling abroad. Matrix provides services all around the world and has its offices across India. It provides International SIM cards for business travellers, leisure travellers and students in both post-paid and prepaid model.

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