BSNL unveils special tariff voucher for roaming

BSNL was the first operator to provide free national roaming on June 15, 2015

GN Bureau | August 14, 2017


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 BSNL has decided to allow the benefit of voice calling/SMS, special tariff voucher (STV) and combo vouchers in national roaming to its customers on the occasion of 71st Independence day on pan-India basis from August 15, 2017.

BSNL was the first operator to provide free national roaming on June 15, 2015.
 
A PIB release said the offer is meant for people who frequently travel including soldiers and journalists. Presently, if someone recharges a STV, the benefit is available only in the home state/ Licence Service Area (LSA), but from August 15, this benefit will be available even when a person travels outside his home LSA.
 
 For example, STV 349 which offers unlimited voice call to any network only in home LSA, now the benefit of unlimited voice call on any network will be available even when customer is on roaming.
 
“Armed force personnel, professionals, business person and students all will get more benefit from this scheme,” director (CM) BSNL board, R K Mittal said.
 

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