Tata Photon Plus Comes To Mobile Phones

We have always had instances where we have been forced to miss our favorite TV show because of a prior commitment. There have also been times where we have become increasingly frustrated at the slow internet speed on our phones. To put an end to all this, Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) has announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind Photon Plus service for mobile phones.

Tata Photon For Mobile Phones

This much awaited service allows high-speed Internet and data access on the move, thereby allowing its users to get the most out of applications like Live TV, video streaming and music downloading and other Value Added Services such as TATA Photon TV, TATA Photon Videos, Push 4 ALL Mail, Web Cha & a variety of apps from the TATA Appstore. As of now the services is available in all major metros & tier 2 cities in India

Customers will get Free Live TV subscription for three months for all activations till 30th June which will also enable them to watch the T20 World Cup live on their mobile handsets. Furthermore, customers will also get 10 GB of data usage free for the first two months on pre-paid connections and 15 GB per month free for two months on post-paid connections – tariffs are Re. 0.50 per MB of usage. As of now, this service will be enabled on the Blackberry Tour 9630 and Samsung Corby; however plans are in place to make it available on 8 other top-end handsets.

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6 comments on “Tata Photon Plus Comes To Mobile Phones”

  1. I am very fired up to find a respectable website regarding technologies. We just got Verizon fios and so I am testing it with some investigating online. We ought to actually simply head out to download several films and also really put it to the full test Yet the particular fiber optic network is apparently screaming efficient. Some of you curious about a race?

  2. We have not used the Tata Photon Plus for Mobiles yet, but we do feel it is good as the Tata Photon Plus (desktop / laptop) version is very impressive

  3. In my general opinion I truly think that 3D technology is here to stay. This news article only confirms that the 3d tech are here to stay and upgrading is a wise thing to do.