Tata Indicom rings in 62 new villages in JK
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, June 18: Tata Teleservices Limited, India’s leading dual-technology telecom service provider, today announced launch of its CDMA mobile telephony under the brand Tata Indicom in Doda and Bhadarwah bringing 62 more villages within its fold in J&K.
Customers in Doda and Bhadarwah can now experience the complete range of Tata Teleservices wireless services including Walky, Mobile and Photon, wide range of handsets, bill deposits, customer services etc, the company said in a statement.
TTSL now covers 127 towns in the Jammu and Kashmir telecom circle, it said.
“Our objective is to reach out to our rural customers in the state and provide them with products and services that are best-in-class and easily available. We are confident that with our service quality on one of the best telecom networks in the country, we will continue to empower our subscribers and enable them to connect to the world,” Atul Kansal, Chief Operating Officer of Tata Teleservices Limited’s CDMA operations in Jammu & Kashmir, said.
“Going forward we are planning to expand our network footprint in another districts which includes 23 more villages, for a seamless telecom experience across Jammu & Kashmir,” he added.
To complement the launch of its services in Doda and Bhadarwah, Tata Teleservices Limited also announced a special ‘Local Unlimited Offer’, under which pre-paid customers will be able to make unlimited free local calls on the Tata Indicom network for a whole month.
Local calls to other networks will be charged at 50 paise per minute, while STD calls can be made at Rs 1.50 per minute. The offer is available to both existing and potential pre-paid customers at a monthly recharge of Rs 125, without any extra charges.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 18 Jun 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 18 Jun 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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