Airtel announced New Free Incoming Calls on International Roaming
Airtel launched Free International Roaming Tariffs today. The new plan offering bundles of free calling minutes to India. And also free incoming calls, free SMS/ texts.
The call charges have slashed calling charges for Indians. The local in-country calls have been cut down as low as Rs. 3/min across popular destinations. After the completion of the Tariff, the data benefits, and international roaming data will be charged at just Rs. 3/MB and the reduction of 99% from Rs. 650/MB.
These are widely available for the popular destinations such as US, Canada, UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and UAE. The complete details about the tariffs are now out from the Airtel.
These tariff details are available for the validity of 30 days plan and one-day plan. As per the user preference, they can choose the tariffs. Airtel is planning to launch the medium usage pack which will have the validity for ten days.
The offer expected to come at $45 by the mid of October 2016. The users can activate the tariffs as per the preference on the Airtel website, myAirtel app, USSD and Customer Contact Centers.
With these latest International Roaming Packs launch which helps in redefining the proposition value for the customers who are traveling to the foreign countries frequently.
So the travelers can go anywhere and anytime with their Indian number. They have this flexibility and convenience to carry the SIM and stay connected 24×7 without having to worry about the high call and data charges. Airtel customers can subscribe to both postpaid and prepaid.
Commenting on the new plans, Mr. Ajai Puri, Director – Operations (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel said, “The new roaming packs are in line with our commitment to provide our customers a seamless international roaming experience and great value. The number of Indians traveling overseas for leisure and business is growing rapidly and our new IR packs ensure that customers get no bill shocks and have the convenience of always keeping their phones switched on, wherever they are.”