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HOT Tata docomo launches GPRS on Demand 5 new Flexible GPRS plans

To be in GPRS competition as all the telecom operators are making there Gprs plans user
friendly Tata DOCOMO has introduced the new Mobile Data service plan "GPRS On Demand".
which is as much Flexible as your internet needs and pocket



Starting From Rs. 5 for 1day to 95rs for 1month , These variety OF Gprs plans could be suitable

for all, Moreover Gprs charges after free usage are affordable only 1 paisa/20 kb or 50 paisa/1MB

Plan 5:
Cost: 95/- Rs.
Free usage in day time (7am to 11pm): 200mb
Free usage in night (12am to 6am) : 4GB
Validity: 30 days
Charges after free uasge 50p/1MB

Plan 4:
Cost: 48/- Rs.
Free usage in day time (7am to 11pm): 100mb
Free usage in night (12am to 6am) : 2GB
Validity: 30 days
Charges after free uasge 50p/1MB

Plan 3:
Cost: 33/- Rs.
Free usage in day time (7am to 11pm): 50mb
Free usage in night (12am to 6am) : 1GB
Validity: 15 days
Charges after free uasge 50p/1MB



Plan 2:
Cost: 15/- Rs.
Free usage in day time (7am to 11pm): 30mb
Free usage in night (12am to 6am) : 500MB
Validity: 3
Charges after free uasge 50p/1MB

And Chota recharge for quick use Plan 1:
With Rs. 5/- Get 10MB data to be used upto 12 Mid Night of that day
To activate SMS GPRS to 121.

This service is available on special EVD (Electronic Voucher Distribution) recharge.
All the GPRS recharge packs are available to Tata DOCOMO subscribers on Docomo Home
and roaming networks only. These packs are applicable on DOCOMO INTERNET APN only.
To get internet settings for your mobile phone, please sms INTERNET” to 52270 and save
them as default settings on your mobile or manually configure Your handset with these settings
HOT Tata docomo launches GPRS on Demand 5 new Flexible GPRS plans

To be in GPRS competition as all the telecom operators are making there Gprs plans user
friendly Tata DOCOMO has introduced the new Mobile Data service plan "GPRS On Demand".
which is as much Flexible as your internet needs and pocket



Starting From Rs. 5 for 1day to 95rs for 1month , These variety OF Gprs plans could be suitable

for all, Moreover Gprs charges after free usage are affordable only 1 paisa/20 kb or 50 paisa/1MB

Plan 5:
Cost: 95/- Rs.
Free usage in day time (7am to 11pm): 200mb
Free usage in night (12am to 6am) : 4GB
Validity: 30 days
Charges after free uasge 50p/1MB

Plan 4:
Cost: 48/- Rs.
Free usage in day time (7am to 11pm): 100mb
Free usage in night (12am to 6am) : 2GB
Validity: 30 days
Charges after free uasge 50p/1MB

Plan 3:
Cost: 33/- Rs.
Free usage in day time (7am to 11pm): 50mb
Free usage in night (12am to 6am) : 1GB
Validity: 15 days
Charges after free uasge 50p/1MB



Plan 2:
Cost: 15/- Rs.
Free usage in day time (7am to 11pm): 30mb
Free usage in night (12am to 6am) : 500MB
Validity: 3
Charges after free uasge 50p/1MB

And Chota recharge for quick use Plan 1:
With Rs. 5/- Get 10MB data to be used upto 12 Mid Night of that day
To activate SMS GPRS to 121.

This service is available on special EVD (Electronic Voucher Distribution) recharge.
All the GPRS recharge packs are available to Tata DOCOMO subscribers on Docomo Home
and roaming networks only. These packs are applicable on DOCOMO INTERNET APN only.
To get internet settings for your mobile phone, please sms INTERNET” to 52270 and save
them as default settings on your mobile or manually configure Your handset with these settings

1 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing very useful information.

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