BSNL Introduces New Roaming Offer

By February 12th, 2011 AT 9:51 PM

BSNL Introduces New Roaming OfferAfter huge public outcry state run Telecom company BSNL has come up with something for those customers who remain on roaming most of the time.

As per the recent news, BSNL has revised its postpaid 725 and postpaid 1500 plan. BSNL is going to offer 300 minutes Free incoming calls while on Roaming and 200 minutes of Free outgoing calls while on Roaming in Its POSTPAID plan of 725.

Earlier in this plan, there was no concession on roaming but Local Calls ( within Circle) from BSNL to BSNL are Absolutely Unlimited Free now Roaming rates have been slashed.

Similary in its Postpaid Plan 1500 Incoming Calls will be absolutely Free while in roaming. and a limit of 300 minutes has been imposed on outgoing calls which will be free while in roaming.Both these plans will be effective for 2g and 3g customers from 15th February.

ParticularsPlan 725 ExistingPlan 725 RevisedPlan 1500 ExistingPlan 1500 Revised
Free I/C Calls while RoamingNil300 MINUn-LimitedUn-limited
Free O/G while RoamingNil200 MINUn-Limited

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Very costly plan. Is there any plan which reduces the call rate to 1 paise for 2 seconds in BSNL network

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