Gurgaon, Haryana -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/31/2010 -- TATA INDICOM has launched its new prepaid services for Blackberry users in India. It is claimed to be an industry first, BlackBerry users on the Tata Indicom network now have the option to switch to a cheaper prepaid plan and to customise their plan according to their needs - that too on a weekly basis.
Under BlackBerry Messaging Bundle service plan, customers will get unlimited access to e-mail and instant messaging. It allows customers to access as many e-mail accounts on Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, Google Mail and chat on popular messengers like Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk and Yahoo Messenger. BlackBerry also supports various formats like Microsoft Word (.doc), Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt), Microsoft Excel (.xls), Adobe pdf (.pdf), Corel WordPerfect (.wpd), ASCII text (.txt), ZIP Archive (.zip).
There are two service plans, BlackBerry Messaging Bundle and BlackBerry Internet Bundle - both of which can be chosen according to the customer's requirement for e-mail, instant messaging, social networking and Internet browsing.
As of now, they are available at a monthly package of Rs 299, Rs 900 and weekly package of Rs 85 and Rs 250.
Tata Indicom is launching two schemes and it will be the first company to do so. The first scheme Tata Indicom is offering prepaid BlackBerry services to customers and the second one is that users are given the option to choose between a monthly plan or a weekly plan.
There are four different models that will be launched:
* BlackBerry 8703e for Rs 9,990.
* BlackBerry Curve 8330 priced at Rs 15,990.
* BlackBerry 8830 World Edition, rated Rs 17,000.
* BlackBerry Tour 9630, priced at Rs 27,990.
International companies are giving a heavy competition to all other well settled mobile phone companies in India.
Lets see after Nokia' s success in Indian market which company can give a strong competition to them.
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