Idea hikes tariff of daily free roaming pack silently

By November 16th, 2014 AT 11:37 AM

idea-logoOperators have been offering free daily and monthly roaming incoming packs for approximately Rs 5 and Rs 75 . Later packs with 7 days validity were introduced for the convenience of customers.

Now Idea has slowly revamped the existing free incoming strategy and started offering Rs 5 roaming pack with 1p/6sec incoming charges. This accounts to 10p/min along with Rs 5 pack charges.

Also Read : Does the NEW IDEA RTP is worth enrolling for ? : Our Analysis

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Earlier idea roaming free for for rs 71 with 30 days validity but now they have removed and all roaming charges are now charged but why I don’t understand bsnl is giving incoming free all over India but what happened to idea I think it is no more now I my self removed idea and purchased bsnl I request all customers to purchase bsnl it is best


Before 6month later the roaming charges for 30 day in idea 75 rupees but not now 240 rupees for 180 one cann’t thought customers support…so plzz take a step customers.

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