BSNL Cuts Roaming Rates by 70 per cent, Roam at 1Paisa

BSNLcuts roaming rates by70 percent Roam at1paisaNational telecom back bone and leading GSM Mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) slashed its Roaming rates and joined the bandwagon of National Roaming at PER Second tariff.

BSNL Reduced its Roaming rates by nearly 70% for its Postpaid and Prepaid GSM Mobile Subscribers across India without any new Bonus Recharge or add-ons.

Now BSNL Prepaid GSM mobile customers who already enrolled into BSNL Pay Per Second Plan will be now charged at 1 paisa per Second for Incoming and Outgoing to BSNL N/w and 1.2 paisa for other network for local and STD outgoing calls while National Roaming across India. BSNL’s All@49 plan users will be charged at 49 paisa for all Incoming and outgoing calls to any network while Roaming.

BSNL’s new Roaming tariff scheme is one step ahead from other private operators like Vodafone and Airtel, cheapest, transparent & customer friendly. BSNL has activated  the new Roaming tariff by default to all its Postpaid and  Prepaid customers who are using Pay Per Second Plan and ‘All@49 plans’, so there is no need to recharge any new plan in BSNL to enjoy reduced roaming charges.

BSNL also slashed its  postpaid Roaming charges and the new charges will be as per their tariff plans and as low as 30 paisa for all Incoming outgoing calls while National Roaming.

BSNL Roaming Tariff (Prepaid) In Details-:

Particulars Pay Per Second Plan Users All@49 Plan Users
Pulse Rate for National Roaming Calls

One Second 60 Second
Out Going Local and STD calls to BSNL Network While Roaming

One Paisa/Second 49 paisa per Minute
Out Going Local and STD calls to Other Network While Roaming

1.2 paisa/second 49 paisa per Minute
Incoming Calls While National Roaming One Paisa/Second 49 paisa per Minute

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64 Comments on "BSNL Cuts Roaming Rates by 70 per cent, Roam at 1Paisa"


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May 25, 2013 6:05 pm 6:05 PM

wel i m a student n using student.sim . .
i m going to mumbai. .
live in odisha . .

wat ll b my roamung chrges??
cn ny1 help me plz??

Prabhat Kumar Mishra
May 19, 2013 6:05 am 6:05 AM

I had recharged @ 199 for roaming and at present I am in Delhi. My plan is going on @1/- per minute why?

Amrendra Jha
March 16, 2013 10:42 am 10:42 AM

BSNL has change its social policy….Now Many service provider has cheaper rate than BSNL….BSNL should be privatize in public Interest.

Thirukumaran Elangovan
December 25, 2010 10:34 pm 10:34 PM

I am in ALL 49 plan.As on date till yesterday i was charged 9paise/min.But all my calls are charged Rs1.5/min.Regarding this i have made a complaint in bsnl south resopnse till now.

Prasath J
December 10, 2009 10:06 pm 10:06 PM

Thanks Docomo and Airtel for helping in waking up of this sleeping GIANT… 😉 😀

December 10, 2009 10:04 am 10:04 AM

even sms delivery report they charge 10ps in karnataka 😆

December 10, 2009 9:52 am 9:52 AM

ishan :

Varun K :

zareef :
BSNL is most confusing operator yar….. and they say themself as transparent & customer friendly…. its nothing but LOL

Dear zareef,bsnl is Not confused,they are giving best and by default roaming tariff jurt read properly the post. other operator like vodafone,airtel,aircel bring new recharges for roaming tariff while bsnl giving by default with pay per second and all@49

i also agree with varun..really bsnl is giving the best roaming tariff by default with pay per sec & all @49 paisa plan..

even DoCoMo
and Reliance default roaming
1ps/sec DoCoMo
Reliance 1rs/3min

December 10, 2009 8:42 am 8:42 AM

what is better in bsnl??
oh!! sorry for comment on bSnl :mrgreen:

a khajuria
December 10, 2009 8:22 am 8:22 AM

my dear Fahad this rs.500 is refundable after 6 months not lyk pvt companies which are taking security as non refundable….
In BSNL Postpaid the Security Deposit of Rs.500 for Local/STD to be refunded Rs.100 per month through adjustment from usage charges from 6 th month onward.
soo its gud to buy BSNL postpaid sim as itz plans are very cheapable and the policies are transparent…

December 9, 2009 6:50 pm 6:50 PM

Dogs bark when elephant pass…so this is nothing new in telecom talk where lot of people are anti-bsnl…so its better to be out spoken!


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