Loop Mobile Launches National Roaming and Free Incoming Call Plan for Rs.47 and 64

By July 12th, 2013 AT 4:29 PM

Mumbai oldest GSM Mobile Service Operator Loop Mobile today join the bandwagon of  “Free Roaming” and announced the launch of new National Roaming Plan (Roam India) and Free Incoming Call Plan (S-Roam India) for its prepaid customers in Mumbai circle Rs.47 and Rs.64.

Loop Mobile Free Incoming call on Roaming plan

Loop Mobile Mumbai’s new Free Incoming Call Plan dubbed ‘Special Roam India pack’ as comes for Rs.64 with validity of 180 Days + Rs.2 as daily rental post 30days, offers Incoming calls while national roaming Unlimited Free.

All outgoing Local calls costs 60paisa/ min on Home Network & Roaming and all STD calls will be charged at 80 paisa/min on Home & Roaming Network. The effective cost of this plan is will be Rs.364 for 6 months (64+300 (2x150days).

Loop Mobile subscribers can avail this plan by sending SMS “SPROAM” to 50505 (Charged Rs 64 with Rs 2 as daily rent post 30 days. Post migration, existing subscriber will lose all the freebies & tariff plan benefits attached to his previous plan.

Loop also introduces one Roam India pack priced at Rs.47 valid for 180 Days. With this pack all Local calls Rs.1/min on Home Network & Roaming, STD calls Rs.1.5/Min(Home & Roam). All Incoming calls while Roaming will costs 75 paisa per minute.

Plan 47 can be activated by sending SMS “ROAMIND” to 50505(Charged @ Rs 47).

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