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Advertising in Non AC Bus - Bangalore
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Per Bus

Card Rate

₹ 9,000

Offer Rate

₹ 7,500
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Starting Package

Per Bus

Card Rate

₹ 9,000

Offer Rate

₹ 7,500
**18% GST is applicable on the above rates
**The above price is inclusive of printing and mounting charges

Est. Reach

On Request

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How does Non AC Bus Advertising Work in Bangalore?

Step 1Choose the Media Option.
Step 2Confirm the Number of buses to be taken.
Step 3Choose the Bus Depots depending on which areas to target.
Step 4Email the selected details to or Create Package online at The Media Ant.
Step 5Design the artwork in Ai or Eps Format.
Step 6Upon confirmation of availability from our end, you need to submit the artwork and make the payment.
Step 7The proof of execution in the form of images will be shared once the campaign is done.
How do I know my ad has been placed?

Once the campaign is live, the execution pictures will be shared within 2 working days.

 In case you need any help with planning, please write to

Facts and Figures

List of Non AC Bus Bangalore depot

Click here to download the depot list.

Images of Past Execution

Click here to view the images of past execution.

About Non AC Bus Bangalore Advertising

Why Non AC Bus for advertising?

Commuting by Non AC buses is quite popular in Bangalore. One can advertise on the outside of these Non AC buses.  The Media Ant is offering deep discounted price throughout the year to advertise inside the Non AC buses. The buses can be targeted depot wise. 

Who should advertise on Non AC Buses in Bangalore?

1. Brands looking for awareness and who want to reach a high audience with an effective cost. 

2. Small and Medium Scale Enterprises, Start-ups and Emerging Brands. 

About Bus Operator - BMTC

Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) is a government agency that operates the public transport bus service in Bangalore, India. It has the highest number of Volvo buses operated by a public transport company in India.

Information on different types of non ac buses under BMTC: There are 5 types of buses mainly differentiated by their structure (outside appearance) and which are follows

1. B M T C-Suvarna Bus: These buses have similar fare to ordinary buses serving important feeder routes, painted in red and grey color.

2. B M T C-Pushpak Eco Plus Bus: These are single door buses painted in white and light green color.

3. B M T C-Red Bus: These buses are ordinary buses painted red in color. It's bus number will be displayed in LED display.

4. B M T C-Big10 Bus: These are Suvarna class buses with special green and bottle green livery plying on 12 major corridors towards the central commercial district. These buses are numbered with a G prefix.

5. B M T C-Parisaravahini Bus: These buses are ordinary buses painted white and blue in color. These are old buses of BMTC.

Other Information

Why Bus Advertising

You can advertise in Non AC Buses through The Media Ant. Get all details and best rates for Non AC Bus Advertising here.

Bus advertising is a fantastic medium for local advertisers as it allows them to reach out to the local community in a highly targeted and cost effective way. Brand building requires broad reach and involvement: Offering scale with lower entry cost and greater regional flexibility is a huge selling point for Non AC Bus, and one that isn’t really exploited by many advertisers. Book Non AC Bus ads online today.

Bus advertising offers advertisers a high impact, fiscally efficient advertising medium targeting a broad that is seen consistently throughout the campaign. Bus ads are highly effective for achieving most marketing goals like announcing new products, seasonal special and general branding. Bus Ads capture consumer's attention so they act upon a particular promotion immediately.

Why Bangalore Non AC Bus Advertising

Bangalore is one of India's premier cosmopolitan cities with a strong population. Therefore, there is a high demand for public transport which is primarily fulfilled by buses. Bangalore Bus Advertising is a great way to target the masses & build brand awareness. Bus Branding in Bangalore has been done by various B2C brands. Buses are a widely used transportation option in Bangalore and it can be used as geo-targeting for reaching an audience of all ages, backgrounds and incomes. Not only one can reach some very upscale customers on the inside of the bus, but one can also reach a large variety of people by advertising on the more traditional exterior signs. Thereby Bus Advertising is a favourable  media option.

BMTC is the sole public bus transport provider in Bangalore, serving urban, sub-urban & rural areas. BMTC reaches far and wide, in every nook and corner of the city, making public transport an attractive travel choice for everyone.

Advantages Of Non AC Bus Advertising

•High viewership.

•Area or Location Targeting

• Larger number of Rider impressions.

About The Media Ant – Bangalore Non AC Bus Advertising Agency

We are India’s first Bangalore Non AC bus ad agency that provides discounted cost without asking any question or forcing you to signup. As a leading Bangalore Non AC Bus Advertising agency we offer the best rates to our clients. We keep total cost down and provide you with very competitive rates. You can also contact us to know more about placing ads in Bangalore Non AC Bus.


What is the distance an Non- AC bus covers per day?


On an average, it covers 210 Km per day.


Is it possible to choose the different type of buses?


It is not possible to choose from the different type of buses. The buses will be branded according to the availability. 


Is it possible to target routes as compared to AC buses?


It is not possible to target routes. However it is possible to target depots. The list of depots is present in the data section. 


What is non traditional advertising?


While there are many definitions the most acceptable one is based on revenue model. 

Advertising in medium whose majority revenue does not come through advertising is called Non Traditional medium. For e.g. Major revenue for public transport buses come from ticketing but these buses also make some money by carrying ads. 

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