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IDEA Cellular Reduces Roaming Rates For Delhi

11 December 2009 1,053 views 7 Comments

IDEA Cellular the leading pan India GSM Mobile service operator slashed its roaming rates by nearly 55% for its GSM prepaid subscribers in Delhi and NCR circle.

IDEA Prepaid subscribers who recharges with RC-56 and RC-57  will be now charged at 1.4 paisa /Second or 70 paisa per minute for all Outgoing and incoming calls while on roaming across India.

IDEA Cellular Delhi/NCR Roaming Plans in Detail -

Name of Roaming Voucher Benefits MRP(Rs.) Talktime(Rs.) Tariff Validity(Days)
Roaming Voucher 56 Home Network: Local @ 50p, STD @ 60p/minute

Roam Network: All Calls @ 70p/minute

56 NIL 365 Days
Roaming Vouchers 57 Home Network: Local @ 1p/sec, STD @ 1p/sec for 10000 sec after that 1.2p/sec

Roam Network: All Calls @ 1.4p/sec

57 NIL 365 Days
New roaming rate applicable only when customer latch on idea network else normal roaming tariff would be applicable.

More Information just call 98910-12345

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