Free Incoming And Outgoing In Roaming Bsnl Bihar
Posted 02 March 2010 - 01:53 PM
The India Roaming Vouchers will provide special benefits of Unlimited Free Incoming calls while National Roaming (any where in India) are free as well as all Outgoing calls made on BSNL network either from Home LSA or while National Roaming are Free. All local and STD calls made to other network while roaming will be charged @ 1.2 paisa per second.
According to the BSNL “the Launch of this special Roaming tariff voucher being introduced for the first time in BSNL in the Bihar circle is going to fulfill their long pending demands”.
The BSNL India Roaming Vouchers are available in two denominations – one for Rs.222 with 7 days tariff validity and another for Rs.888 with 30 days tariff validity and will be applicable for 2G as well as 3G customers.
Out Going calls from Home circle (with in Bihar LSA) All Local and STD calls To BSNL Network Unlimited Free
All Local and STD calls To Other Network 1 Paisa per second
Out Going calls from Roam circle (Any Where in India) All Local and STD calls To BSNL Network Unlimited Free
All Local and STD calls To Other Network 1.2 Paisa per second
In coming Call while National Roaming Unlimited Free
Customer Care 9400024365
The ISD, SMS and all other charges will be applicable as customer’s main tariff plan. The promotional offer is valid up to 25th March 2010.
Posted 02 March 2010 - 06:15 PM
I actually expected one such offer from RCom... But BSNL came out first.. But still I hope RCom will give better offer than this from BSNL within a few days...
Posted 02 March 2010 - 08:45 PM
he can buy this schema nd use it in kolkata,
it is cheper than oofer like rcom/tata providing for STD,
also it is cheper compared to postpaid plan of bsnl plan 999.
If u r thinking of such offer, then rcom/other operator will come but will have some cap on free usage. say 5000min on o/g and
5000 min for incoming.
Posted 03 March 2010 - 09:54 AM
NO Saket JI, the equivalent postpaid plan of this Rs888 is Rs1500/- Nowadays even BSNL treats its postpaid users as
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