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Roaming charges on your mobile network may soon happen at no extra cost as telecom companies are removing the additional charges on incoming and outgoing calls, spurred by zero roaming charges offered by Reliance Jio and state-owned BSNL.

Airtel, India's biggest telecom company, on Monday announced the 'Death of National Roaming' as it unveiled plans to do away with roaming charges from April 1. "Starting from April 1, Airtel customers roaming within India will enjoy free incoming calls/SMS and there will be no premium on outgoing calls allowing them to speak freely wherever they are within the country. Also, there will be no additional data charges on national roaming," the company said.

The company also said that there will be "no bill shocks while roaming overseas" as daily billing will be automatically adjusted to the price of basic one-day pack even for customers who don't buy a roaming pack.

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