BSNL Launches National Roaming STV 33 with Free Incoming Call for Prepaid Customers in West Zone

By December 16th, 2013 AT 12:56 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today announced the launch of Weekly National Roaming Plan with unlimited FREE Incoming calls while roaming for its prepaid customers in West Zone starting at Rs.33.

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BSNL ‘s new Roaming Special Tariff Voucher (STV) 33 will comes for Rs.33 (Inclusive. of S. Tax) and will be available from 18th December 2013 to all prepaid customers in or West Zone (Maharashtra – Goa, Madhya Pradesh – Chattisgarh and Gujarat circles).

With this STV customer can enjoy Unlimited Free Incoming Calls while National Roaming across India.All Outgoing calls (Home and Roam) will be charged at just 1.5paisa/sec for local calls and STD calls. Tariff validity is 7 days from the date of recharge.

Additionally, BSNL also has Daily, Monthly and ‘Half Yearly’ (6 months validity) Roaming plans for its prepaid 2G and 3G customers priced at Rs.5, Rs.69, Rs.199, Rs.405, Rs.705.

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hardas

network ???? ????? ??? ??? ?? ??

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Can some one help me for roaming plans in BSNL..I could not find weekly plans.
How can recharge online any plan?

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