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MTS offers ‘Non- Stop Adda’ plan for customers in Kolkata and West Bengal

Written by Danish Khan
06 Dec 2012 at December 6, 2012

Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL) which operates under the MTS brand has launched an innovative proposition called MTS Non-Stop Adda for its customers in Kolkata and West Bengal circles.

In order to avail the proposition, the customer needs to recharge with Rs. 25 and get full talktime. Along with this the customers can also get the benefit of special tariff of 20p/minute and 50 free SMS local and national. MTS

According to Keshhav Tiwary, Chief Operating Officer, Kolkata & West Bengal Circles, MTS India - “Adda is an integral part of Bengal’s culture. The MTS Non-Stop Adda Plan is devised keeping in mind the customers’ need to communicate freely using SMSes, lower tariffs and Full Talk Time all under a single low denomination product priced at Rs 25 only. We are confident that customers across Kolkata and West Bengal will enjoy this plan which will offer the best value for their money and a non-stop adda experience.”

The company will be soon coming out with an integrated communication campaign Outdoor, Print Media, Radio and On-ground activations to support the launch.

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