Tata DOCOMO, the unified telecom brand of Tata Teleservices, today announced the revised tariffs for its advanced, high speed ‘Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH)’ broadband service offering in Bangalore. The highly discounted tariffs will enable Tata DOCOMO customers to increase their high-speed broadband (upto 100mbps) usage for services such as IPTV, HDTV, 3D TV, video-on-demand, bandwidth on demand, video conferencing, interactive gaming, etc. using multi-devices like tablets, laptops and connected TVs.
Tata DOCOMO customers can avail high-end data packs at attractive rates with maximum speeds of upto 100 Mbps. Tata DOCOMO is offering several affordable plans for enhanced user experience. Customers can enjoy data usage worth 20 GB at 4 Mbps speed for as low as Rs 1000 per month. Alternatively customers can also avail 80 GB of data usage at 4Mbps and 8 Mbps with fair usage policy for Rs. 1400 and Rs. 1500 respectively. There are also two more plans with 50 GB at 8 Mbps and 80GB at 16Mbps with fair data usage policy for Rs.1200 and Rs.1700 respectively. Furthermore, the data plans provide consumers the speed they choose and it is available to them at all times even during peak hours.
Tata DOCOMO has been a pioneer in launching innovative services at the most competitive prices for customers. We were the first to launch the FTTH services in the city, which has dramatically transformed the way our customers work, play and entertain themselves. Our highly competitive tariffs will enable our existing and new customers to maximize their high-speed data usage and enhance their internet experience” said Mr. Vinod Menon, Head Marketing, Tata DOCOMO Business Services.
FTTH is a state of the art platform that has helped Tata DOCOMO revolutionise the broadband experience across multiple devices. This service covers well over 50,000 residential units in Bangalore including premium apartments and complexes such as Prestige Santhiniketan, Brigade Metropolis and Divyashree Elan. Tata DOCOMO is rapidly expanding this service across the state.