Videocon Mobile Services Now Offers Free National Incoming Roaming On Other Networks at Rs.4

Videocon Mobile Services will be now be offering free national incoming roaming starting at Rs 4 which up to 50 mins which will be valid for one day. The other 2 variants are priced at Rs. 42 and Rs. 68 and offer free incoming national roaming for 500 minutes and 850 minutes with a validity of 2 weeks and 4 weeks respectively.

Videocon National RoamingVideocon is currently operational in 4 out of their 7 circles and this is not the first time they offering such services couple of months back they launched national roaming pack at Rs 1999.

With these 3 new incoming free national roaming packs, the operator is offering over 90% discount on incoming calls on rack rate of Rs 0.75/min. The operator is absorbing the cost to offer an unmatched experience to its subscribers.

Mr. Arvind Bali, Director & CEO, Videocon Telecommunications Ltd. said, “We at Videocon Mobile Services offer nothing but the best for our subscribers. We pioneered the free unlimited incoming roaming across our Network by default for our subscribers, and now we are rolling out National Incoming Roaming across other Networks at a 90% lower cost than the rack rate of Rs 0.75 per min. I have been repeatedly asked this very interesting question by my friends at leading media publications on disadvantages of not being a national player. Obviously offering discounted roaming on partner networks was a clear challenge, and with this new proposition we have actually overcome the limitation, needless to say by absorbing the entire cost. We have a whole lot of subscribers who travel across the country and this proposition will sure bring a smile on their face. The launch is even more pertinent with festive season kicking in wherein customers tend to travel more.”Mr. Bali added.

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  • gaurav September 17, 2013 9:35 pm

    airtel provides one roaming plan in haryana of Rs. 19. incoming free in delhi, rajsthan,Bihar and in other states 1.2p/sec. and outgoing 1.2p/sec for 6 months.

  • gaurav September 17, 2013 2:03 pm

    Good move by videocon to provide national roaming. But when other companies provide unlimited incoming during roaming only in Rs. 5 for one day. Then who will choose videocon as his/her operator? Even videocon has not good coverage in its own circles too. this thing will make these roaming offers useless…

    • souradip September 17, 2013 2:35 pm

      thats true its is good to go with avoid as compared to videocon
      secondly since its is not avalilable in all circle so for reacharge purpose he/she has to do online reacharge

      • gaurav September 17, 2013 9:32 pm

        @souradip yes, i’m agree with you…

  • Saurabh September 17, 2013 9:55 am

    Nice plans but still I’m confused… How can they provide it at such a low cost? Maybe they are paying operators from their own end. Others who have pan-India license has costly plan than this at Rs.75-86 on monthly basis though 6 months plan from them cost Rs.170-190. They first started 1,999 pack which was effectively costing Rs.166/month and now @Rs.68 is 59% lesser than that.

    But even after having services in 4 circles only their own network in Haryana is not present everywhere. It going to be one year since they retained spectrum and yet to install BTS near my area. Their own signal is too weak and have to use partner network i.e Tata Docomo GSM on which Internet service not working well. 3kms away from my town there is no Videocon own signal for next 8 Kms and it latches on Tata.

    2G plans are also revised by them and offering very less data. 96 now offers 1.25GB only. The pack validity of 109-2GB is reduced to 30 days from 60 days. How they gonna get customers with lesser network coverage and costly plans, is doubtful. It’s better to use 1GB@Rs.120+ with AVoID then to 1.25GB @96 by Videocon. But voice users can go for it who can spend more than Rs.250/month on minute packs otherwise they are costly for those with no booster packs. Base tariffs are 1.4/s to mobile and 2/s for std/ll.

  • Kingston September 17, 2013 9:45 am

    Good move by videocon. Docomo and Aircel should follow this method for off net roaming….. 68rs 850 mins more than enough.