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19 November 2020

BSNL customers can access Vodafone network in Delhi & NCR area; How to activate Vodafone roaming in Delhi & NCR area, what are the charges?

BSNL customers can can enjoy seamless connectivity in Delhi & National Capital Region (NCR) area in association with Vodafone. BSNL prepaid as well as postpaid mobile customers roaming in to Delhi & NCR area can access Vodafone Delhi mobile network in addition to its existing tie up with MTNL.

BSNL customers can access Vodafone network in Delhi & NCR area; How to activate Vodafone roaming in Delhi & NCR area & what are the charges?

BSNL customers need to activate Vodafone Roaming by sending activation SMS from their mobile number to 53333. To activate Vodafone roaming, a BSNL customer need to send ACT ROAM to 53333. After SMS activation, a BSNL customer need to manually select Vodafone or MTNL network. It is also to be noted that, a notional incoming call charge is to be payable by BSNL Customer in Vodafone Roaming.

How to Activate Vodafone Roaming by a BSNL Customer?

BSNL Customers need to give their consent to BSNL by sending SMS -  'ACT ROAM'  to 53333 to use Vodafone Network in Delhi as additional feature through Manual Network Selection. After customer sends ACT ROAM to 53333, the server will receive the message and Billing server will send the message as:-

“Dear Customer, Your additional roaming activation request for docket_no xxxx is received. Thanks BSNL.”

After the activation of Vodafone roaming, the following SMS will be pushed to customer. 

“Dear customer, as requested, your additional roaming service has now been activated. Please choose the Vodafone/MTNL network manually and also note that I/C calls are chargeable. For Prepaid, no STV will work. For tariff details, call 18001801503. "

How to Deactivate Vodafone Roaming? 

To deactivate additional roaming service send SMS -  'DEACT ROAM' to 53333.

Tariff / Charges for BSNL Customer roaming in Delhi with M/s Vodafone as VLMN 

Particulars Local Calls STD Calls
Outgoing Call Charges Rs 0.80 per Minute Rs 1.15 per Minute
SMS Charges Rs 0.25/SMS Rs 0.38/SMS
Incoming Call Charges Rs 0.45 per Minute
Data Charges 0.25 paise / 10KB

(Tariff applicable to Prepaid & Postpaid Customers of BSNL)

Whether Incoming calls will be charged in Vodafone Roaming?

Yes. The incoming voice call for BSNL customer roaming in Delhi with M/s Vodafone as VLMN will be charged @ Rs. 0.45/minute. The above tariff / charges is applicable to both prepaid and postpaid mobile customers of BSNL. 

I have an active data pack still my account balance is getting deducted for data usage while roaming in Vodafone network in Delhi, Why?

Any type of STV including Data STV will not be available while roaming in Vodafone network. Data Charges for BSNL Customers for Inter Circle Roaming with M/s Vodafone for 'BSNL as a Seeker' in Delhi would be charged @ 0.25P/10KB.

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I am having an active STV with free Voice, Data and SMS benefits. Is it possible to use STV freebies while roaming in Vodafone Roaming?

No. Any type of STV including data STV will not be applicable for BSNL prepaid customer roaming in Delhi with M/s Vodafone as VLMN. Any type of Add-on including data will not be applicable for BSNL postpaid mobile customer roaming in Delhi with M/s Vodafone as VLMN.

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Dear readers, please share your views and opinions about BSNL-Vodafone ICR agreement in Delhi & NCR area via comments with us. How many of you have enjoyed Vodafone Roaming in Delhi?

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