MTS India Brings Down Voice Tariffs in Kerala

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    Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL) that provides telecom services under the brand MTS today announced a series of voice and data offers for its customers in Kerala circle on the occasion of Vishu.

    MTS India Brings Down Voice Tariffs in Kerala

    MTS India has brought down the voice tariff to just 25 paise to add to festivities of Vishu for its customers in Kerala.

    Under the Vishu offer, MTS will provide a colored handset with FM Radio, MP3 and Torch at just Rs 999. Adding to the festivities, the company will offer its new prepaid voice customers the freedom to make calls and SMS all over India at just 25 paise.

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    In addition, the customers will be charged just 25 paise for every MB of data consumed. Data customers of Kerala circle of MTS India would also get to avail exciting benefits under the Vishu offer.

    While prepaid data customers will get additional 5 GB of data for Whatsapp and Viber, postpaid data customers will get a discount of Rs 100 in their the monthly bill for a year if they opt for Rs 875 plan.

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    According to Radhakrishnan KV, Chief Operating Officer, Kerala - MTS India, "Festivals are a time when people connect with their friends and family. We at MTS India always come up exciting offers for our customers during such auspicious occasions to add to their celebrations. On the occasion of Vishu, we have introduced a range of exciting propositions for our voice and data customers in the circle. I strongly believe that all the new festive offers will find a special appeal amongst our customers."

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