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BSNL extends free roaming service by 1 year

tech Updated: Jun 16, 2016 13:20 IST
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“Public sector telecom giant, BSNL, has decided to extend ‘Free National Roaming’ facility to its mobile customers for another one year,” BSNL said in a statement.

BSNL today extended its free roaming service by one more year enabling its mobile customers to receive calls at no extra cost while roaming.

“Public sector telecom giant, BSNL, has decided to extend ‘Free National Roaming’ facility to its mobile customers for another one year,” BSNL said in a statement.

“The decision to extend the facility has been taken in view of overwhelming response of its customers in mobile number portability (MNP) and achieving highest growth of the customer in February and March months as per Trai report,” BSNL Director for Consumer Mobility RK Mittal said.

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