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Tata Teleservices launches India’s first post-paid Net service

29-August-2001
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Tata Teleservices launches India’s first post-paid Net service

Tata Teleservices Limited, the private basic service provider in Andhra Pradesh, has launched India’s first post-paid Internet service “NetReady” on a regular telephone line. “NetReady,” enable the existing customers access to Internet and pay the bill later along with the telephony bill. The company has come out with two packages— Surf@ease offers customers hours of access at Rs 11 per hour and Surf@unlimited offers unlimited usage at Rs 330 per month.

The prerequisite for availing this service is that the applicant should have a Tata Teleservices connection. The consumer can use a DoT connection too for accessing the Net as long as there is a billing relationship with Tata Teleservices. Each customer will be given a password to access the services.

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