Matrix Cellular Will Now Offer Cheaper International Roaming

By March 30th, 2012 AT 3:09 PM

Matrix Cellular Will Now Offer Cheaper International RoamingMatrix Cellular today slashed their International Roaming rates up to 50% .The new rates will provide customers with an opportunity to save even more while travelling abroad with a Matrix SIM card.

Matrix Cellular customers who are travelling to the UK can now call back home for as low as Rs.1/minute with free incoming calls using the new Global Blackberry SIM, customers can get unlimited access to Emails, Browsing, BBM, Facebook and Twitter in over more than 150 countries 50 pounds.

Not only this, customers who are hooked to their emails or other social media sites on their Smartphones can also activate data services on their handheld at just 1/10th the cost of International Data Roaming charges.

With the new price and rate plans, huge savings on your International Roaming expenses ensure you spare no expenses when shopping abroad.Before opting Matrix SIM we request you to check the Terms and conditions .

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ashokumar

using the new Global Blackberry SIM..

is it right?

DB
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With INTERNATIONAL ROAMING @ Re1/min what will happen to NATIONAL ROAMING FREE !!

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