MTNL Offers FREE Incoming 3G Video Calling Facility While on Roaming

By January 30th, 2011 AT 12:35 PM

Continuing its leverage of bringing best and affordable 3G services, India’s first 3G Mobile service operator Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), announced the launch of FREE Incoming 3G Video Call facility while Roaming in Maharashtra and Goa telecom circle for its postpaid and prepaid 3g subscribers of Mumbai.

The new facility will enable MTNL customers from Mumbai to enjoy FREE Incoming Video Calling while Roaming when they visit any destination across Maharashtra and Goa (earlier Incoming voice call was free); there will be no Incoming 3G Video call charges i.e. all Incoming Video calls will be FREE while Roaming in Maharashtra-Goa BSNL 3G Network (approx more than 55 cities).

All outgoing calls and SMS will be charged at their existing tariff plan other terms and condition will remain same.

So now MTNL Mumbai customers who are frequent travelers in Maharashtra and Goa circle have another reason to rejoice to stay connected with their beloved once by Real time face to face Video callings.

Recently MTNL Munbai also kicked off its new 3G Campaign in Print Media, FM Radio as well as Public transport Buses (Best Buses) and Bus Stops for awareness over 3G Video Calling which says ” Get closer to your loved ones—in real time and in video ! Connect better with your family; see what they’re up to and let them see where you’re hanging out!

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