MTS, the CDMA mobile service of Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL) has announced its high speed mobile broadband service MBlaze in seven towns of Rajasthan — Alwar, Bhilwara, Ajmer, Bikaner, Kankroli, Banswar and Rajnagar.
This latest roll out extends the current MBlaze footprint to 15 towns across the state, and there are plans of expanding to 33 towns within the next 15 days. For this the company will spend Rs 25 crore.
Sandeep Yadav, the chief operating officer of Rajasthan and Punjab circles at SSTL, said, “In the next 15 days we plan to take the count to 33 towns across the state. We have earmarked close to Rs 25 crore for expansion of our data business across the state.”
MTS MBlaze offers data speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps on its CDMA network, on which it also offers live TV and video on demand services.
The operator provides high speed mobile broadband services in over 100 Indian cities including the five metros. MTS is rapidly expanding its high speed data (HSD) network .
The network operator’s tariff plans start at about Rs 200, and unlimited data plans start at nearly Rs 1,000, valid for 30 days.
MBlaze also offers free surfing on popular websites such as Yahoo, Wikipedia and MakeMyTrip.
The company has tied up with Hewlett Packard for a deal, according to which if you purchase an HP laptop, you can get MBlaze post paid or pre paid for Rs 1,000.
Using MBlaze dongles and HSD (high speed data) compatible handsets, MTS customers can enjoy live and on demand video; high quality audio or video downloads; and can access news, entertainment, sports and regional TV channels.