Tata Docomo Rollback Its National Roaming Pack

By August 6th, 2012 AT 6:36 PM

Bad news for frequent travelers who are on Tata’s GSM or CDMA mobile services. Tata Docomo has decided NOT to extend its most popular Roaming Vouchers STV 47 / RC 46 which provides free incoming calls to its prepaid customers (GSM and CDMA) while on National Roaming.

Tata Docomo Rollback Its National Roaming Pack

As shared on May 9th, 2012, Tata Docomo was the second GSM operator after BSNL to offer its FREE Incoming calls facility while Roaming Service on promotional basis.

Going forward with RC 46 , only those customers who had activated the pack before 31st July can continue to enjoy the benefits till 60 day periods end. Tata Docomo GSM and CDMA Customers wishing to avail incoming FREE Incoming Call facility while on National Roaming can still do so by availing any of the postpaid roaming free plans from tata Docomo GSM and CDMA 299 799 499 postpaid plans.

What do you feel ? Do share your views on Incoming Calls while National Roaming not being free anymore on prepaid plans except for BSNL users using Roam Free Plan-150.

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Switch to Vodafone network for availing the national roaming packs.


This is very bad for who are frequently traveling all over India. But other service providers are offering this kind of National roaming packs. Why not Tata Docomo? If it’s continues like this obviously customers will deviate from Docomo to Other service providers. So we want as a Customer STV 47 / RC 46 for all GSM and CDMA customers.

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