Motorola and Tata Teleservices have announced a collaboration to bring “style” to CDMA mobile phones for the Indian consumers. Under this partnership, the two companies will jointly market, distribute and support the newly-launched sophisticated and feature-rich Motorazr V3c that comes in two colors, pearl grey and orchid pink, with matching Bluetooth headsets.
The Motorazr V3c handset has been launched by Tata Teleservices on an exclusive Max plan. This offer enables the subscriber to avail the benefit of zero rentals for a period of 999 days, get 10,000 free local minutes for calling Tata phones, 1,000 free local and national SMSs to any phones, a free Motorola Bluetooth headset worth Rs.2300, as well as free access to office and personal e-mails through the just launched mobile mail service for 3 months. This exclusive package comes at Rs.14,500.
Additionally, Tata Indicom will also offer an ‘Awesome Twosome’ offer where anyone buying a Grey and Pink handset pair will be eligible to get lifetime free calls & SMSs between the two phones. This will be available at a special price of Rs.25,000 only with 2 matching Motorola Bluetooth headsets free and the Max plan.
Meanwhile, the new sleek Motorazr V3c weighs only 99 grams, and offers up to 188 minutes of talk time and up to 200 hours of standby time. Besides, it provides fast connectivity for downloading media up to 10 times faster than a regular modem.
It also allows downloading and playing videos, listening to high quality music, enjoying a brilliant TFT color display; capturing images with the built-in 1.3 mega-pixel camera and digital zoom, and choosing MP3 ring tones with 72 polyphonic speaker sound. Furthermore, one can voice dial, place calls, and access features using speaker independent voice recognition technology providing for a truly hands-free experience.
The Motorazr V3c mobile phones will be made available across the country through all retail outlets where Tata Indicom mobile phones are exhibited including all Tata Indicom True Value Hubs, Shoppes, and Express through Tata Indicom’s extensive distribution network of 120 True Value Hubs, 250 True Value Shoppes spread across 22 circles.
Sudhir Agarwal, director – Sales, India, Nepal, & Sri Lanka, Motorola Mobile Devices, said, “We are happy to collaborate with Tata Teleservices to take the Indian CDMA consumer to a higher plane of mobile telephony”.
Adding to it, Vinayak Deshpande, president of Enterprise and HNI business unit Tata Teleservices, said, “It gives us great pleasure to associate with Motorola. At Tata Teleservices, it is our constant endeavor to enhance the quality and convenience of everyday life, through the use of superior technology available at a reasonable cost”.