06 Mar 2013
Bharti Airtel, a leading telecom service provider in India, on Wednesday launched a much-awaited free roaming service for its prepaid customers of Delhi. These customers would avail this facility while visiting the five states- Bihar, Jharkhand, UP, Uttarakhand and West Bengal.
01 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Storming his way into the telecom industry, India's richest man Mukesh Ambani on Thursday announced free voice calls and free national roaming along with rock-bottom data prices on his new Reliance Jio network that will debut on September 5.
15 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Even as it looks to compete more aggressively with private telecom operators, state-run telecommunications company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) will begin its free roaming service from today.
16 Nov 2015
New Delhi: State-run telecom firm MTNL, which offers services in Delhi and Mumbai, will soon launch free roaming scheme, allowing customers to receive calls at no extra cost while traveling across the country.
11 May 2016
Guwahati: Tech giant Google today announced the launch of free high-speed public Wi-Fi service at Guwahati Railway Station in Assam.
29 Jan 2013
Aircel on Monday launched a product that offers users one rate for voice, SMS and data in home circles and on roaming.
25 Feb 2016
Aligarh: Senior lawyer Ram Jethmalani offered free services to the Aligarh Muslim University in its case for restoration of the varsity's minority status which is pending before the Supreme Court, a senior varsity official said.
25 Jan 2016
New Delhi: Train passengers will soon be able to enjoy free high-speed Wi-Fi service at Jaipur and Ranchi stations as part of railways' commitment to provide better Internet connectivity to passengers at 100 busiest stations by the year end.
22 Jan 2016
Mumbai: RailTel, the telecom arm of the Indian Railways, today launched free public Wi-Fi service at Mumbai Central station in collaboration with Google and plans to roll out this project to 100 stations across the country by this year-end.
11 Jun 2015
Bengaluru: Telecom operator Aircel announced that its customers in five southern states will not be charged for incoming calls and need to pay only 1 paisa per second for making calls while they are on roaming in the region from June 11.