RCom launches two international roaming packs

Reliance Communications (RCom) today launched two international roaming packs for post-paid GSM customers, offering

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a discount of up to 96 per cent on data and and up to 92 per cent on call charges.

The roaming pack for UK is available for a rental of Rs 849 per month, wherein users will be charged Rs 25 per MB for data and Rs 25 for call back to India. The base tariff is Rs 563 per MB and Rs 140 per call.

The rental pack for five continents - North America, Asia, Europe, Australia and Africa - which includes 42 destinations, is available for Rs 999 per month and offers discount of 92 per cent on voice calls. The pack, however, offers no discounts on data charges.

"This is an extremely attractive proposition designed to offer significant savings to all GSM post-paid customers on both data usage and voice calls during their stay," RCom President and CEO (Consumer Business) Gurdeep Singh said in a statement.

The company also revised its roaming pack for America and it now offers calls and data for Rs 10.

The America pack, which has a rental of Rs 849 per month, offers all calls, SMS and data per MB for Rs 10.

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