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Tata Docomo’s Rs. 250 Unlimited 3G Offer to be discontinued after 31st March

Tata Docomo LogoUpdate: The offer has been extended till further notice.
Tata Docomo achieved quite a buzz when it launched the very attractive Rs. 250 Unlimited 3G + Talktime offer. The offer has been a huge success with even the network having issues in handling such high growth in the number of users. But seems like the time has come and we need to get back to the high 3G data costs.

A quick chat with Tata Docomo representative confirms that the plan is only applicable till 31st of March and will not be available anymore. There’s still around a month left, so suggesting everyone to get the last share of the free data pie and enjoy cheap costs of another month. The offer may be extended further, but their present information says that the deadline is 31st of March.

We already knew that this plan is not going to stay forever and was rather a publicity stunt played by Docomo. They were able to create a buzz with this and achieve what they wanted (more customers), attracting lots of new customers and growing up their subscriber base.

Recently, Docomo also revised the 2G tariffs increasing them by a good amount and that makes us to believe that we are not going to see any more cheap Data Plans coming from Docomo. When a GB of 2G data will cost upwards of Rs. 115, 3G data can’t be cheaper. So, expect at least a double of that 🙂

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