August 10, 2010 | The Economic Times
TTML launches new service-pay per site
MUMBAI: Telecom service provider, Tata Teleservices Maharashtra Limited (TTML), on Tuesday launched a new service 'pay per site', under its Tata DOCOMO brand, which would allow customers to pay only for the websites they use.
The pay per site service offers pay-for-what-you-use Internet browsing model, a press release issued here stated.
The service offers two combination packs--for those only interested in single websites could pay Rs 10 per site, while those with multiple site browsing could opt for a combo pack at just Rs 25 per month.
"Our customer feedbacks on pay per use services launched before has further strengthened our determination that we have been successful in creating customer delight, with services that are refreshingly different," Tata DOCOMO's Senior Vice-President Marketing, Abdul Khan, said.
Under the scheme, customers could have a bundle of options within various categories of social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Orkut), mail options (Gmail, Yahoo, Rediff) and chat messengers (GTalk, Yahoo Messenger, Nimbuzz).
"Our product innovation is based on the same concept as metered services like pay per click, pay per ad word, and now pay per site gives complete flexibility to customers to cherry pick their most favored sites at a very economical pricing structure," Khan said.