State-owned Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) has launched a new Rs. 399 prepaid plan in Mumbai circle that comes with a validity of 28 days. This combo plan offers talktime and data benefits, as well as 100 SMS messages per day. Separately, the telecom operator has also reintroduced its Rs. 1,298 and Rs. 1,499 prepaid plan in the same circle. These two plans were earlier launched on a promotional basis, and ended in July, but they have been brought back for 90 days.
Starting with the new MTNL Rs. 399 prepaid plan, it offers 500MB daily data to all customers and offers virtually unlimited free (local and STD) calls to and from home and national roaming networks. As mentioned, this plan also offers 100 SMS messages per day. Rupee. 399 prepaid plan offers validity of 28 days only. on MTNL Mumbai home pageThe new pack launch notice reads, “MTNL, Mumbai launches new STV 399 with 1GB/day data free, truly unlimited free local and STD calls, 100 SMS/day.” However, when you click on it, the tariff Page Shows 500MB daily data gain. This new pack launch was the first spotty by Onlytech.
There is also a re-introduction of Rs. 1,298 and Rs. 1,499 prepaid plan in MTNL Mumbai circle. This announcement was also made through MTNL Mumbai homepage Information Which reads, “Limited period offer extended for data STV 1298 and STV 1499.” These packs are live on a promotional basis, and will expire on November 11, 2020.
For profit, MTNL Rs. 1,499 prepaid plan offers 2GB daily data, along with free voice calling benefits from home network and MTNL Delhi network. MTNL notes that while roaming other than MTNL Delhi, standard roaming charges will be applicable. This plan also offers 100 SMS messages per day and comes with a validity of 365 days. The telco informs that once the data reaches the FUP, a charge of 3 paise per 10KB will be applicable.
MTNL Rs. 1298 prepaid plan also offers 2GB daily data and comes with a validity of 270 days. This is a data pack only, and does not provide any other talktime or SMS benefits. To activate this pack, MTNL Mumbai customers can send a text that says “SUB RCH1298” to 444. The re-introduction of these two new schemes was also earlier. spotty by Onlytech.
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