Tata Docomo reduces Local and STD outgoing tariffs while roaming

By July 18th, 2015 AT 2:36 PM

Tata Docomo, announced the launch of new exciting roaming plans for its postpay and prepay customers across all circles. These plans range from Rs. 49 to Rs. 225 for Post Pay and Rs. 76 and Rs. 91 for Pre-pay customers respectively, offering reduced local and outgoing STD call rates and unlimited free incoming calls.

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For the Post-pay plans at INR 49, 99, 149, 199 and 225, customers will have to pay a monthly rental of the same value to avail all Local and STD outgoing calls on roaming at only 60p/min, 50p/min, 35p/min, 25p/min and 50p/min respectively. Post-pay customers opting for the first four plans will also enjoy free incoming calls on the Tata Docomo network for one month. The plan at INR 225 will allow customers to enjoy free incoming calls on all networks.

For the Pre-pay1 plans at INR 76, and 91, customers will have to recharge at the same value to avail all Local and STD outgoing calls on roaming at 30p/min, and 50p/min respectively. Prepay customers opting for the plans will enjoy free incoming calls on network for a week. The customers opting for plan at INR 76 and INR 91 will also enjoy free talk time of INR 25 and INR 40 respectively.

1prepay pack price differs from circle to circle

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