Sistema Shyam Teleservices (SSTL) which operates in India as MTS India has reduced data plan charges for its MBlaze dongles by up to 33 percent. The company said that this offer will last for at least a quarter, after which it will be evaluated again. For postpaid customers the company now offers a Rs 550 plan with 10GB usage, a Rs 700 plan with 14GB usage and a Rs 999 plan with 40GB usage. Previously MTS charged Rs 875 for the 10GB plan. For prepaid customers the company will now offer 5GB usage for Rs 499, 7GB usage for Rs 699 and 20GB usage for Rs 999, along with 10GB/15 days bundled data on purchase of its dongle. The company will also offer to carry forward unused mobile broadband data to the coming months, against a minimum recharge amount. Previously MTS used to offer 4GB of data for Rs 599 and 8GB for Rs 798, to its prepaid customers. All the pricing plans are for what the company claims to be 3GPlus speeds of up to 9.8Mbps. Currently the company offers four internet enabling products under the MBlaze branding, including MBlaze Ultra, Ultra WiFi, Ultra WiFi DF800 and Power WiFi. The MBlaze Ultra priced at Rs 1399, Ultra Wifi priced at 2299 and Ultra WiFi DF800 priced at Rs 2650 are now all being sold at a discounted price of Rs 999, via its website. The Power WiFi device, originally priced at Rs 4000, is also available at a discounted price of Rs…
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