iRoam: Idea Brings New International Roaming Offer for Postpaid Subscribers

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iRoam: Idea Brings New International Roaming Offer for Postpaid Subscribers

In a recent development, the leading cellular network provider in India – Idea has launched special International Roaming Offer called 'iRoam" for its postpaid subscribers – which will offer up to 75% discount on using both Voice & Data services. 

According to the company's press release, Idea Postpaid subscribers can avail upto 75% discount on their mobile phone usage while traveling to any of the 37 most frequently visited countries in the world including UAE, USA, Singapore, UK, Thailand, China, Germany, France, Switzerland, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Italy, etc. This exciting offer is valid for Voice, SMS and Data usage is valid for 30 days from the date of activation.

Sashi Shankar, Chief Marketing Officer, Idea Cellular introduced the new offer and said, “Today voice and data usage is integral for International roamers - both business as well as leisure travelers. Our latest offer will cater to them, while also offering seamless connectivity, using the same number, for those customers travelling overseas, thus making their stay more affordable and convenient. We are confident that the new offer will provide immense benefits to international roamers during the festive season." 

The Idea 'iRoam" pack special rates are applicable on International Roaming services such as Incoming Calls, Outgoing Calls, SMS and Data. 

Idea has also launched a special 'iRoam" pack for users travelling to the USA which offers discounts up to 90% on existing rates. As per the new offer, Idea users can roam in USA at these exciting rates given below. These special rates are applicable on AT&T US network. 

The iRoam packs are applicable while roaming on Idea"s preferred network provider in the respective countries. Details of the network provider and terms & conditions can be accessed from here.

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