MTS Launches Non-Stop Adda pack for Rs. 25

By Gizbot Bureau

MTS has launched a brand new Non-Stop Adda pack targeted at customers in West Bengal and Kolkata. The pack offers free SMS, special tariff on voice calls as well as full talk time at a price of Rs. 25. The intention of this offer pack which gives value for money is to bring three services together under a single low cost pack.

The Rs. 25 Non-Stop Adda pack from MTS allows customers to get full talk time worth Rs. 25 along with a call tariff rate of 20ps. per minute only for local calls between MTS customers with a validity of 30 days. It also offers 50 free local and national SMSs which is valid for a day. Along with this, promo talk-time worth Rs. 10 just for one day is also available.

MTS Launches Non-Stop Adda pack for Rs. 25


There is another Non-Stop Adda pack of Rs. 51, with full talk-time and a tariff of 20ps. per min and 30 days validity. 50 free local and national SMS valid for a day are also available with this pack.

According to Keshav Tiwary, Chief Operating Officer of MTS India, Kolkata and West Bengal circles, the company has launched the Adda packs since Adda forms a very unique part of Bengal culture.

The MTS Non-Stop Adda packs will be available from around 45,000 MTS retailers all over Wes Bengal and Kolkata.

MTS had recently reduced the tariff rates of MBlaze along with the introduction of new and economical plans for MBlaze customers belonging to the Kolkata and West Bengal circles. The browsing data and the validity for the tariff plans available were increased and a new Rs. 698 plan with 4GB free data and 60 days validity was introduced.

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