Reliance Launches Free Roaming STVs for Incoming Calls, Starts Rs.5 Per Day

By July 12th, 2013 AT 12:23 PM

Following rivals, Reliance Communications (Rcom) today launched new National Roaming STVs with FREE Incoming calls facility, starting at Rs.5 per day for its GSM and CDMA mobile customers across India.

Reliance Communications Free Roaming STV

Reliance Mobile is offering two new special tariff vouchers (STVs) for  roaming wherein its prepaid GSM and CDMA customers will get Unlimited Free Incoming calls while roaming across India for Rs.5 a day and Rs.77 for 28 days. Outgoing local, STD and National Roaming calls will be charged at 1.5p/Second.

Rcom’s Daily Roaming Plan of Rs.5 can be activated through SMS and USSD activation only. Customers needs to Dial *777*501# or SMS ACT ROAM to 53739 to activate.

Reliance has also launched one Roaming Tariff Plans (RTP-FR) with Free Incoming Calls for its prepaid customers priced at Rs.194 with 180 Days validity as we earlier shared on TelecomTalk.

Reliance Free Incoming Call Roaming Plan Rs.5 and 77

Al other leading mobile operators – Bharti Airtel, BSNL, Vodafone India, Idea Cellular and MTNL have announced such schemes in order to comply with directions by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India last month to give consumers the option of discounted Roaming plans (RTP) and Free Incoming Call on Roaming plans (RTP-FR).

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Md Shafi

How to deactivate ? 26 roaming pack please


How to deactivate ?5 roaming pack via ussd code ??

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