It's written in an advertisement of a mobile operator.
- The plan was specially made for you.
- The plan is specially made for you.
Which one is proper to use in an advertisement? I felt a little awkward while reading the first sentence.
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The first sentence is just fine, and I believe it would be more correct, although the second could be reworked this way to also be correct:
The plan has been specially made for you.
If you prefer the present tense, you could say:
The plan is intended specially for you.
Or something like that. If you say "is made" it implies something ongoing. You could say that about a burger that is made when someone orders it ("The burger is made specially for you"), but not really for something that is actually made ahead of time.