Tata DOCOMO slashes broadband tariff by up to 60%

Telecom Lead India: In a move to stay competitive in
the broadband market, Tata DOCOMO has reduced tariff prices of Photon Plus
broadband services up to 60 percent for both prepaid and postpaid customers
across India.


MTS India slashes broadband tariff by up to 60 percent in Delhi

Recently, Sistema Shyam TeleServices (MTS India) slashed
MTZ Blaze tariff by up to 60 percent in Delhi NCR circle.


MBlaze customers in Delhi NCR Circle can avail
the benefits of new tariffs through a strong retail network of 15000 retails
and 125 MTS branded retail outlets.


Tata DOCOMO is offering 6GB and 11GB data usages to its
Photon Plus postpaid customers for Rs 950 and Rs.1200 respectively.


These 2 unlimited plans also offer cash back of Rs 100
per month for 12 months from date of purchase.


The company is offering entry level packs at Rs 250 that
offers 1GB of data download as compared to Rs 650 earlier.  


The company has also slashed tariff of its 750 plan at Rs
450 pack that offers 2GB data usage.


In addition to the tariff reduction, Tata DOCOMO has
unveiled Reload packs that are 1GB@Rs 200 and 2GB@Rs 350 for Photon Plus
postpaid customers.


Prepaid customers can now get unlimited 2GB usage on
recharge of Rs. 700


These exciting plans for our Tata DOCOMO Photon Plus
post-pay and pre-pay customers are the latest addition in our ever-expanding
portfolio of differentiated and affordable offerings,” said Gurinder Singh
Sandhu, head-marketing, Tata DOCOMO.


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