Tata Docomo Launches National Roaming and Free Incoming Call Plan for Rs.152 and Rs.252

By July 12th, 2013 AT 2:14 PM

Tata Docomo today announced new National Roaming Plan (RTP) and Free Incoming Call Plan (RTP-FR) for its prepaid customers (GSM and CDMA) across India at Rs.152 and Rs.252.

Tata Docomo free incoming on Roaming

Tata Docomo’s new Free Incoming Call Plan (RTP-FR) comes for Rs.252 with validity of 60 Days, offers Incoming calls while national roaming Unlimited Free. All outgoing Local calls costs 78paisa/ min on Home Network & Roaming and all STD calls will be charged at 90paisa/min on Home & Roaming Network.

Apart from Free Incoming Call Plan of Rs.252, Tata Docomo also introduces one more new National Roaming pack priced at Rs.152 valid for 60 Days. With this pack all Local calls 78paisa/min on Home Network & Roaming, STD calls 90paisa/ min (Home & Roaming). All Incoming calls while Roaming will costs 75 paisa per minute.

Tata Docomo Free Incoming on Roaming Plan

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Md Firoz

I m from jharkhand but I want roaming in delhi (meerut) one month and I want incoming call free in roaming

waseem
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I m from uttar Pradesh but I want roaming in telangana (Hyderabad) one month and I want incoming call free in roaming

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