BSNL to gift subscribers with free VAS service with Topup Recharges

BSNL’s competent authority has given green signal for BSNL 121 reward program in which VAS service providers will offer the services free of cost for for a time period of 5 days post to which the customers can choose whether they want to continue with the service of not.

The value of the offer is dependant on the recharge, for eg a top up of Rs.30 will give the customers 5 days of free content and a recharge of Rs. 200 will entail the subscribers for free VAS based content for 15 days.

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It is overwhelming to see BSNL trying to come up with excellent incentives to retain the consumers and also attract new subscribers. Below is the ready reckoner which will tell you which VAS you will get for a recharge topup.

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APpL€ LoVeR™
December 10, 2014 9:47 am 9:47 AM

After pension,most of the board officials(also their heirs too)of BSNL get placed in pvt. mobile companies boards.It is the deal between BSNL officials and private companies,as there is no direct involvement of any money the moles cannot be easily find.Only BSNL customers and our poor country will suffer.If any one who has connection with Communication minister please tell him to watch and monitor the the advisory actions of the higher officials of BSNL that will bring only trouble with zero improvement in services.

ravi
December 10, 2014 12:07 pm 12:07 PM

I dont agree with you that only subscribers of BSNL will suffer. In the long run if they are able to drown BSNL fully then whole nation will suffer. The need is not to shut BSNL down but to kick those out of BSNL who are responsible for all this be it any one.

APpL€ LoVeR™
December 10, 2014 5:41 pm 5:41 PM

i never told that only BSNL customers will suffer.I wrote ‘Only BSNL customers and our poor country will suffer’.It means due to BSNL directors unethical view to their current position, the existing BSNL subscribers will definitely suffer due to low quality of services and ‘our poor country’ means people living far away from developments, mainly NE states and Left Wing extremist states. Those who never care about future or don’t know how to spend their money wisely can use AVoIDs network.

Sayantan
December 10, 2014 8:14 pm 8:14 PM

I totally agree.+1.

PD
December 10, 2014 3:31 pm 3:31 PM

+1

Kanaga Deepan N
December 9, 2014 11:26 pm 11:26 PM

When people are thinking that BSNL can’t fu(k their own future more, BSNL took it as a challenge and also had a tremendous victory… Another brave suicidal attempt by BSNL… Dear BSNL, DIE HARD…

DUANE
December 9, 2014 9:28 pm 9:28 PM

BSNL is digging its own grave. With these so-called offers, the poor / illiterate BSNL customers (and I assume there are a sizeable number in rural areas) will not know what has been activated. In doing so, their VAS will remain active postthe free 5/15 day trial period, and then get renewed (and charged). BNSL having the great complaint-redressal complaint mechanism that they have, will not be able to arrange for a VAS deactivation / refund – this will ultimately result in more dissatisfied customers and port out of even more numbers to non-BSNL networks. My Forecast for 2015!

ravi
December 10, 2014 12:11 pm 12:11 PM

The swame has happened with Airtel also and is still continuing. Airtel used to send flash messages and auto generated calls and poor illiterate people who were using Airtel could not understand how to respond ultimately losing out their balance. But then also see they are not leaving. People ultimately learn and become smart.

PD
December 9, 2014 9:56 pm 9:56 PM

@DB. You said it. Infact have you or for that matter any aggrieved customer ever received a written ack or reply to an email complaint ? Hardly ! They have PROs in most of their HQs who keep public at not at arm’s length but meters apart ! Personally I am agitated in this respect. All the mailboxes at IDs provided in the sites (all) are overflowing and hence sent mails are returned undelivered. Forget about ‘Achchey din’ it’s nightmare all along !

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