Another great news for mobile phone subscribers in
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, the largest tele-communication company in
In a Management Committee meeting recently, the PSU approved a proposal in this regard. "The MoU in this regard may be signed with the seeking operators initially for six months only on non-exclusive and experimental basis," a BSNL internal circular of the Management Committee meeting said.
The committee said that only the idle capacity of BSNL’s network will be used to generate revenue. At present, the management committee decided to charge
Rs. .52 per minute for each outgoing call.
Swan Telecom is going to be the first company to sign a roaming agreement with BSNL. BSNL will review the charge after six months. Based on the volume of business, BSNL then think of increasing or decreasing the charge.