MTNL will offer free roaming services to its subscribers from January 1. Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad made the announcement yesterday at an event to celebrate Good Governance Day. This scheme will allow subscribers to receive calls for free when they are traveling in the country. The state-run operator offers its services in Delhi and Mumbai, and subscribers currently have to pay for incoming calls whenever they leave these two cities. MTNL Chairman and Managing Director, N.K. Yadav, said that the company is even trying to implement the scheme before January 1 and is checking the technical details. The government wants to gradually achieve national free roaming under the National Telecom Policy, 2012.
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