BSNL extends free all-India roaming facility to all CDMA prepaid mobile customers across India

By August 14th, 2015 AT 3:28 PM

In a recent move, BSNL has decided to extend the Free All India Roaming Facility to all CDMA Prepaid Mobile Customers across India.

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BSNL launched the free roaming scheme to all prepaid and postpaid GSM mobile customers across India from 15th June 2015 onwards. The scheme was not applicable to CDMA prepaid customers till now.

Today, BSNL has announced the extension of Free All India Roaming Facility to all CDMA Prepaid Customers with immediate effect.

In addition, BSNL CDMA users will get benefits of reduced SMS charges which they have slashed up to 58 percent. For local and National SMS, customers have to pay only 25p and 38p. Other rates remain unchanged.

The reduced SMS charges are available from Home LSA and in Roaming.

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Adithya Vardhan
Adithya Vardhan

but BSNL is not having CDMA coverage pan India then how can they provide roaming across India?

Asit Paul
Asit Paul

CDMA is best.
Rs 15 STV
OnNet 1p, OffNet 1.2p per sec

STV 45
OnNet 1p/2s Off 1p/s

STV 210
Local OnNet Free.

Now, Free Roaming is added benefit.

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