MTS launches plan for high-end users

Targeting the high usage customers, Sistema Shyam Teleservices (SSTL), which offers services under MTS brand, today launched a plan for post-paid users offering 40 GB data for Rs 999 with 30 days validity.

For pre-paid customers, the company announced three plans of Rs 999, Rs 1,298 and Rs 1,498 wherein the users can get 20 GB, 25 GB and 30 Gb data, respectively, for a validity of 30 days, the company said in a statement.

"The Super Unlimited data plans are a follow up to the launch of our 3Gplus telecom network and the recent success of MTS' 'Born For The Internet' campaign," Leonid Musatov, MTS India Chief Marketing and Sales Officer, said.

The company said these data plans have been specially designed to target high usage customers across the country.

"Challenging the existing paradigm in data tariffs, MTS' Super Unlimited provides at least 300 per cent more value than plans offered by competitors," it said.

The plans have been made available to both new as well as existing customers across all nine circles, where the company offers services.

SSTL has presence in Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, UP West, West Bengal and Kolkata.

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