MTS Introduces Homespot Instant Wi-Fi Solution

MTS has announced its entry in home Wi-Fi segment with the launch of Homespot Instant Wi-Fi Solution, dubbed as ‘Common Man’s Wi-Fi’. This product targets the small families with people in 16-35 years age group, especially in 2 tier and 3 tier cities who require internet connections on their multiple devices at home. To remind you, MTS is a telecom service provider brand under Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL)With the launch of this product, MTS has expanded its offering from dongle services to providing Wi-Fi solutions. Read on to find more information on MTS Homespot Instant Wi-Fi solution.


The Homespot Instant Wi-Fi solution will be available with MBaze Ultra dongle which can fit into a plug and provides broadband access to 5 devices simultaneously.

“MTS is traditionally known as a data dongle provider in the Indian market. The plan is to now shift focus and be recognised as a world-class Wi-Fi solutions provider. With the Homespot Instant Wi-Fi solution, we have a fantastic product to address the internet needs of multiple users including Smartphone customers at home with a single, easy to use device,” said, Leonid Musatov, Chief Marketing & Brand Officer, MTS India

Homespot Instant Wi-Fi Solution Plans

The prepaid plans start from Rs. 248/- and go up to Rs. 999/- while postpaid plans start from Rs. 550/- and go up to Rs. 999/-.

  • For 5 GB of data, prepaid users will have to pay Rs. 499/- per month. Additionally, they will get free access to WhatsApp and Viber.
  • For 10 GB data along with the device, prepaid users will have to pay Rs. 1,299/- while postpaid users will have to pay Rs. 999/- for the same.

Homespot Instant Wi-Fi Solution

The launch of Homespot Instant WiFi solution is being supported by integrated communication campaign featuring a TVC that will see the return of MTS Internet Baby in an all new avatar. The launch of this campaign will coincide with the upcoming cricket world cup,” added Leonid.

The company further said in a statement that only 3 percent of India’s population has access to internet at home. Thus, through this move, MTS is trying to explore the untapped segment in India to make home internet services available to rest of the population.

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