BSNL issues clarification on free national roaming says it’s valid for a year for prepaid and postpaid users

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BSNL, the state-run telecom operator has issued a clarification for its recently announced free national roaming offer. According to the statement issued, the free incoming call facility during roaming is offered for one year on Pan India basis.


Initially, the service has been brought into effect for one year. After completion of one year, prepaid and postpaid customers can avail this service by opting for STV of Rs. 100 (+/-3). Reports claim that all the nodal centers of BSNL will need to inform the customers about this plan through text messages.

With the introduction of the nationwide free roaming, the company has decided to withdraw existing roaming STVs viz. Rs. 5, Rs. 33, Rs. 69 and Rs. 90 for prepaid customers and FMC of Rs. 61 for postpaid customers. The rest of the terms and conditions remain same for all the customers.

The free offer will be valid from 15th June 2015 and the other existing roaming packs for both prepaid and postpaid subscribers are withdrawn.

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