Tata Indicom launches ‘Pay per Second’ on postpaid mobile
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 16: Tata Indicom, the CDMA brand of Tata Teleservices Limited, India’s fastest-growing pan-India dual-technology telecom service provider, has announced the launch of its ‘Pay Per Second’ offer on postpaid mobile.
Speaking at the launch, Atul Kansal, Chief Operating Officer, J&K Circle, Tata Indicom, said the ‘Pay Per Second’ offer is now available to all postpaid subscribers for both local and STD and roaming calls.
Subscribers need to simply opt for PPS 249 Plan available at a monthly rental of Rs 249, to avail the benefits of the revolutionary Pay Per Second offer.
“We are happy to announce that our ‘Pay Per Second’ plan is now available to our postpaid subscribers. The Pay Per Second plan is highly innovative and revolutionary as it empowers the customers to avail a billing option of their choice. At Tata Indicom, we believe that such plans are truly the need of the hour; as at the end of the day, such innovation and service offerings not only empower the customer but also create a true differentiation in the market, he said”
‘Pay per Second’ offer not only provides a competitive price point with one paisa per second billing for all calls, but also allows free calling of 20,000 seconds across all local and STD networks. The customer can also avail 249 local and National SMS free on any network every month. Once the free SMS have been consumed, the customer will be charged at 50 paise per SMS. Additionally, subscribers, while on roaming, can make calls across India at 1 paisa per second, regardless of the network.
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