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Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Bsnl Withdraw Some of the Traffic Plans

Bsnl Withdraw Some of the Traffic Plans

Bsnl Withdraw Some of the Traffic Plans


BSNL which was state-owned network operator announced that they had withdrawn some of its Prepaid traffic plans which includes  STV (Special Tariff Vouchers) and also Combo STV.

The BSNL service provider confirmed that BSNL customers will not be able to do recharge using any of the mentioned plans which were starting today. I hope that the BSNL customer will not be happy with this move in plans which includes some of the customer popular plans such as Rs 821.

Mentioned Plans which was withdrawn.

Here is a list of popular and famous plans which the company discontinue today.

Rs 398
Rs 629
Rs 821
Rs. 1,949
Rs 2,399

Combo Plans

Rs. 1,402
Rs. 3,099

Earlier this week, BSNL launched its new plan for the users "USP" plan. In this plans the users get validity of 365 days at a price of Rs. 999. Under this plan, customers get Unlimited calling and also get Unlimited internet access for 181 days.

As per the report, the new plan is available for all-region except for North-East, Jammu, and Kashmir, Assam.

Are you confused about the validity?

In the company official statement, this plan is divided into two parts i.e 0-181 days and 181-365 days. In the first part, both local and STD calls are free except Delhi and Mumbai. In this two cities, calls are charged at 60p/min and also 100 local and STD SMS per day during the first 181 days.

In the second part, all voice calls after which local and national calls will be charged at 60 paise per min. In this period, users get charged 25 paise per local SMS and 35 paise per national SMS.”

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