Tata Teleservices unveils Tata Walky FM
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, July 5: Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), India’s fastest-growing pan-India dual-technology telecom service provider, today announced the launch of Tata Walky FM, a stylish cordless phone with in-built FM stereo.
The Tata Walky FM, available to both post-paid and pre-paid subscribers, combines the benefit of a wireless device offering complete freedom while you talk and an FM device with stereo sound—adding yet another innovative and customized solution to TTSL’s expanding product portfolio, the company in a statement said.
The new Tata Walky FM, it said, allows subscribers to listen to music and make conversation at the same time, and comes loaded with two exciting plans under the ‘Come Home to Tata’ (CHT) offer.
The CHT offer combines two plans—CHT Zero Rental and CHT 99—which bring together the benefits of no rental and industry-best calling rates for subscribers. With CHT Zero Rental plan, customers can enjoy the benefit of zero rentals for the first 12 months, while the CHT 99 plan offers the benefit of low call rates at a minimal rent of Rs 99 per month and Tata-to-Tata calls at 30 paisa per minute and other local calls at 40 paisa per minute. STD calls can be made for 50 paisa per minute.
“It gives me great pleasure to introduce the new Tata Walky FM, a device which will bridge the divide between entertainment and communications in the Indian wireless market and usher in a new era of telephony,” the statement quoted Atul Kansal, Chief Operating Officer of J&K Circle, Tata Indicom, as saying.
“The new Tata Walky FM has been specifically designed to address the needs of home phone users and introduce a new medium of communication and entertainment in the household. The stylish appeal of the handset, coupled with in-built FM stereo and affordable price plans, offers an unmatched value proposition for our subscribers. The new Tata Walky FM is an extremely relevant and innovative offering for both our existing and potential customers,” he added.
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