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Tata launches 'Don't Stop Mobile' scheme

Tata Teleservices Ltd on Wednesday launched a new product `Don't Stop Mobile' across 20 circles.

india Updated: May 10, 2006 16:07 IST

Tata Teleservices Ltd on Wednesday launched a new product 'Don't Stop Mobile' across 20 circles allowing prepaid customers to make free outgoing calls for a period of two years to any Tata Indicom mobile or Tata Indicom fixed phone within the state.

This is subject to a maximum of 3,600 minutes, executives of the telecom service provider said.

Subscribers will also be provided with an initial talk time of Rs ten for calls to other phones.

With 'Don't Stop Mobile', there is no fixed monthly commitment and subscribers are free to recharge with any recharge voucher (starting at Rs 50) and use the value until they desire to finish the entire validity period of the mobile. These features come with 100 per cent talk time, the company said.

The service is available with a range of mobile handsets -- Indicom Ace priced at Rs 2,299, Haier D1000 at Rs 2,499, Kyocera Prisma at Rs 2,799 and Indicom Star at Rs 3,749.