MTS planning Rs 1 lakh accidental insurance for new customers

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New Delhi | Updated: October 18, 2015 10:51:08 AM

Sistema Shyam Teleservices, which operates under MTS brand, is in final stage of discussion with Oriental Insurance company to provide Rs 1 lakh accidental insurance cover to its new data subscribers.

mts internet traiffThe insurance cover will be given to those who buy MTS dongle for wireless Internet services available for Rs 1,299 and Rs 1,499 at no additional cost. (AP)

Sistema Shyam Teleservices, which operates under MTS brand, is in final stage of discussion with Oriental Insurance company to provide Rs 1 lakh accidental insurance cover to its new data subscribers.

“Both MTS and Oriental Insurance have firmed up this deal and will be made operational any time this week,” a source closely involved in the development said.

The insurance cover will be given to those who buy MTS dongle for wireless Internet services available for Rs 1,299 and Rs 1,499 at no additional cost.

The scheme will be rolled out across all nine circles where MTS has operations. These include Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, UP West, Kolkata and West Bengal.

“Insurance policy will become active within seven working days from the date of activation of MTS data dongle and will be valid for one year,” the source said.

The insured amount will be payable to the nominee of the customer as per records, the source said.

No comments were received from Sistema Shyam Teleservices spokesperson.

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