Tata DoCoMo 3G Postpaid and Prepaid Tariff Plans

by admin on November 11, 2010

Tata Teleservices is the country’s fourth largest operator in terms of wireless subscribers, after Bharti Airtel, Reliance Communications and Vodafone. On 5 November 2010, Tata DOCOMO became the first private sector telecom company to launch 3G services in India. Tata Docomo paid  5864.29 crores rupees for spectrum in 9 circles. The circles it will provide 3G in are Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka,Kerala, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra (excluding Mumbai), Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh (West).

Today Tata DOCOMO announced tariff plans for postpaid and prepaid customers.


Small Screen Plans—3G Data Top-ups : Tata DOCOMO is also offering basic data packs for customers who want to try out 3G, and for those who want to top up on their above plans, or wish not to take the bundled plans as described above. The Data Top Up of Rs. 200 comes with 200 MB while Rs. 500 will provide 650 MB free usage.These Top-ups have a validity of 30 days each.The Top-ups are available in both PostPay and PrePay, so customers can choose their payment preference. In addition, there is also a Top-up available only on Prepay for Rs. 90. This has 100 MB of 3G Data with a validity of 7 days and is offered as a trial pack

Worry-Free Unlimited Plans :

The consumption of data on high-end devices such as Tablets is high, while voice usage is negligible. Keeping this in mind, some customers are concerned about exceeding data limits and incurring high spends. It is keeping this factor in mind that the Company is offering Worry-Free Unlimited Plans—for those customers who want to enjoy 3G connectivity at blazing-fast speeds without worrying about high bills.



                                                                                                               Via / Press Release

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Jimmy December 2, 2010 at 7:44 pm

I think BSNL have some better 3G plans.

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