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Tata Indicom provides data service on Samsung Corby

The operator claims that Samsung Corby is the first high-end open market handset device that will be available to all Tata Indicom customers across India.

Tata Indicom, the CDMA brand of Tata Teleservices, has announced the launch of a high speed data enabled Samsung phone for its prepaid and postpaid subscribers. The operator claims that Samsung Corby is the first high-end open market handset device that will be available to all Tata Indicom customers across India.
Both prepaid and postpaid Tata Indicom subscribers can now access their personal mail accounts, social networking sites and download various chat accounts, to name a few. Using prepaid recharge vouchers subscribers can now access internet with three recharge options of Rs 28, Rs 152 and Rs 351.
Lloyd Mathias, chief marketing officer, Tata Teleservices Limited, said in an official release, “Earlier this year when we announced our open market handset initiative, we had promised that we will soon offer high end mobile devices that supports both voice and data and our partnership with Samsung is the first step in this direction. Not alone this, we have also bundled high speed data plans along with Samsung Corby that will work as high speed broadband wireless services.”
Postpaid subscribers will be provided with free trial of 10GB each for the first two months. Post consumption of the trial period postpaid customers will be charged 50 paise per MB for any additional data usage. On the 450 rental plan of Samsung Corby, customers will get bundled usage of 512 MB post which the customers will be charged 50 paise per MB. In addition to this, the postpaid customers will also get a voice plan where all local calls to any network will be charged at 30 paisa per minute, whereas all STD and roaming calls will be charged at 50 paise per minute.
Existing prepaid subscribers also have an option to upgrade to Samsung Corby without using any recharge vouchers. Even without using the data Recharges, prepaid subscribers will be charged Rs 1 for every MB data usage.

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