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MTS has launched it's new voice calling plan Always Talk for it's pre-paid customers. Subscribers of this plan will be able to make unlimited MTS to MTS locals calls. Also, customers will be able to make 1000 min worth of free local calls on other networks.
The Always Talk plan, which is priced at Rs.199 is available for pre-paid customers in circles including Delhi, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Kolkata, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh (West) and West Bengal. These are all the 9 circles, that MTS currently holds licenses to operate in.
"At MTS, we are always on the lookout for opportunities to engage and excite our customers. The launch of MTS Always Talk is a part of the same effort. The ‘Always Talk' plan comes at an affordable price and provides customers with the flexibility of staying connected with their friends and family." said the company, regarding the launch of the new plan.
"The core idea behind the Always Talk initiative is to strengthen the "Best Value Promise" being offered to MTS customers. The same has been creatively brought out through an integrated communication campaign featuring our brand ambassador Imran Khan." The company added
This plans comes during a time where, major operators like Airtel, Vodafone and Idea have increased tariffs on their voice calling plans.
Perhaps, this is a great move on MTS's part, especially when it has been amidst so much controversies. The service which is a part of the Sistema Shyam TeleServices had to shut down it's operations in 10 circles including Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, North East, Orissa and Punjab, fallowing an order from the supreme court. As, a result of these, 2.2 million subscribers or around 15% of its subscriber base of 14 million, were effected. "Always Talk plan" should bring some positive outcomes for the company.
Anyways, you can check the add for the new unlimited talk time plan below.
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