Samsung releases special data packages for Galaxy Tab in India


Samsung has announced various data packages that Galaxy Tab buyers will get in India depending on their telecom operators. The telecom operators include Aircel, Airtel, Tata Docomo, Vodafone and Reliance Mobile.

Airtel

–          2GB free data usage @ Rs. 300 per month for 6 months

–          For activation customers will have to SMS “SAMSUNG” to 543210 from their Airtel numbe

Aircel

–          3 GB free per month for 3 months for Prepaid users

–          1 GB free per month for 6 months for postpaid users

–          For activation: Prepaid Customers SMS “SMART PI” to 54343. Post –Paid customers visit Aircel COCO store with original TAB bill

Reliance Mobile

–          5 GB Free Data usage per month for 6 months on Reliance network

–          For Activation: Visit any Reliance World/Reliance Mobile store outlet or call Customer care on 3033 3333 or from Reliance mobile phone – *333

TATA Docomo

–          3GB Free data per month for 6 months on Tata Docomo network

–          For Activation: SMS “Bun TAB” to 141

Vodafone

–          2GB data @ Rs. 99 per month for Prepaid users

–          2GB data @ Rs. 199 per month for Post –paid users

–          For Activation: SMS “STAB” to 111 ( Toll Free) from Vodafone number


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4 thoughts on “Samsung releases special data packages for Galaxy Tab in India

    Aatif

    (November 18, 2010 - 7:02 am)

    Sending STAB to 111 on Vodafone Postpaid in Mumbai says Wrong Keyword.

    VR

    (November 17, 2010 - 12:02 am)

    @Jatin you probably using 2G speed. They are talking 3G i think.

    Well, I am happy ONLY WITH AIRTEL

    I WILL NEVER GO BEHIND ANYONE ELSE.

    Jatin

    (November 16, 2010 - 7:33 pm)

    All are cheating..
    I’m using Mobile Office Internet from Airtel @99/- pm
    2 GB free…

    Raju

    (November 16, 2010 - 6:21 pm)

    Wow…. Its good step taken by Samsung

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