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Mantra plans to categorise Internet services

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Mantra plans to categorise Internet services

In a bid to counter the general downturn in the Internet services sector, Mantra On Line, plans to categorise its services for the corporate and non-corporate customers. As part of the segmentation strategy, Mantra will offer high quality Internet services to its corporate customers at a premium tariff.

While Mantra will continue to provide services at Rs 5 an hour, the company will offer its corporate customers high quality services at a likely higher tariff of Rs 15 per hour. Mantra currently has 1,30,000 subscribers spread over 12 cities.


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