BSNL Abolishes Processing Fees on Prepaid Mobile Top-Up Above Rs.50, Offers Full Talk Time in Punjab

By May 10th, 2012 AT 1:03 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) the pan-India 3G mobile service provider has revised its Prepaid Top-Ups and  offers ‘Full Talk Time on prepaid recharges of above Rs.50 to its 2G and 3G GSM prepaid mobile and GSM Fixed Wireless subscribers in Punjab telecom circle.

The processing fees of Rs. 2 would be charged till Top-Up of Rs.50 Top-Up only and recharge of  Rs. 50  and above there would be No Processing Fees working effect from 10th May 2012.

So all BSNL prepaid subscribers in Punjab now will get Full Talk Time on each Top Up exceeding Rs. 50 less Service Tax only as the processing fees has been abolished.

Further BSNL’s prepaid 2G and 3G customers will also allowed Rs.10 as “Negative Prepaid Balance” after exhaustion of usage value and will be adjusted from the subsequent Top-Up.

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@Kapil Kapil.. you are unlucky as BSNL is not there in Mumbai..


Loop gives me a spacial offer rs. 54 full tt. rs. 20 TT on rs. 10 paper voucher and excellent gprs pack 2gb on rs. 28 for 30 days. Videocon gives me rs.17 TT+ 10std min+10 local mins on paper voucher rs 10.
idea gives me daily offer 30 TT on 30 etop.

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