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MTS India Expands Service Network in Haryana

14 April 2010 324 views No Comment

The CDMA mobile service provider MTS India (Own by Sistema Shyam Teleservices Ltd), today declared its expansion in Haryana telecom circle. The operator explained that the availability of CDMA Mobile services (Voice Telephony) across 21 districts of Haryana.

MTS offers a ‘Million Minutes Free’ for Life (MTS to MTS) with its MCard 498 plan in Haryana. The operator also introduces, ½ Paisa/Second prepaid plan for all local calls to any network across Haryana. The subscribers can avail this service using FRC99 pack. It contains 30 days validity.

Setting up a big stage, MTS India kicked off its CDMA Services in Haryana on 31 December 2009 with plunging High Speed Mobile Broadband Service MBlaze in Panipat, Sonipat, Rohtak and Bahadurgarh of Haryana Telecom Circle. Adding up more facility, MTS is practicing future ready 3X advanced technology to provide outstanding Voice Telephony and ‘Unbeatable Internet speed for the first time in Haryana. Serving this technology, MTS has become the first CDMA2000 brand in the world.

Mr. T Narasimhan (Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Sistema Shyam Teleservices Ltd.) explained, “We are committed to enlarging the presence of MTS in India and this launch reflects our continued commitment as under the well laid out strategy. We provide the highest quality high speed data & voice services based on advanced technology.

As Mr. Sanjay Bahl (COO, MTS India, Delhi, NCR & Haryana Circle) said, “MTS provides unmatched high speed data & voice services. MTS subscribers will be able to browse the web FREE for news, sports, fashion, lifestyle, travel and to shop at speed which will revolutionize the experience of using data cards.

For any assistance, talk to MTS India Customer Care Associate (in Haryana Circles) on 9138-155-155 (from mobile) and 9138-955-955 (for MBlaze Data Service).

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