MTNL Trump Atithi Freedom 3G plan in Delhi

Thursday, November 25, 2010, 9:09 by Tech Correspondent

MTNL, the first 3G mobile service operator in India, has launched yet another 3G plan called Trump Atithi Freedom 3G Plan. This plan is meant for MTNL’s new and existing 3G subscribers in the Delhi telecom circle.

The new Trump Atithi 3G Plan is available at a price of Rs. 550 with talk time of Rs. 250. The good news is that under this plan, MTNL offers 250 Local Minutes and 250 STD Minutes absolutely free for its customers. Apart from the free usage calls, all local calls will be charged at a cost of 40 paise per minute and STD at a cost of 60 paise per minute. Also, the subscriber gets a 100 MB 3G data credit free with a validity of 30 days. Related: Tata Docomo 3G in India

In addition, MTNL offers local video calls to MTNL network at a cost of 20 paise per minute. If you want to make video calls to any other network, MTNL will charge you 50 paisa per minute. You can also send local and national SMSes to any network across India at just 30 paise. MTNL will apply the default 3G data charges at a rate of 1p/10KB for Home and Roam.  Related: 3G service providers in India

MTNL has been launching new plans quite often to attract more customers. MTNL Delhi also cut prices on its unlimited 3G data plan for postpaid subscribers. It also has a new postpaid offer for 3G data card subscribers. An unlimited plan on an MTNL 3G data card will now cost Rs 1,800 per month from the earlier Rs 2,500.

Free local video calls of 150 minutes will remain part of this plan. MTNL Mumbai offers unlimited 3G data plans at Rs 2,500 for both prepaid and postpaid subscribers with a 25 GB data cap.

Among the private players, Tata Docomo is the only one to offer 3G in the country at the moment. The best on offer from Tata Docomo would be the 7.2 Mbps unlimited 3G plan with 10 GB data cap at Rs. 1,500. A slightly cheaper plan is the 3.6 Mbps plan with 10 GB data cap at Rs. 1,250.

Next up in the 3G space are Airtel and Aircel. The companies plan to roll out 3G services in December. With ever-growing competition in the 3G space, MTNL is quickly launching better plans to keep its place in the race.

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  1. prabhat said on Saturday, December 25, 2010, 11:45

    not attractive, wait for your next excercise