BSNL Announces Partial Rollback of Decrease In Validity Days

State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) announced a partial roll-back or abeyance its decision of decreasing the validity of Top ups which was announced with the revision of Prepaid tariff on 2nd August, 2011.

Now BSNL subscribers in all telecom circles across India can enjoy Increased Validly Days with Top-Ups till the further announcements regarding prepaid tariff if any.

After the BSNL Hikes its Prepaid Tariff news on TelecomTalk (published on 2nd August, 2011) some members of BSNL Employees Association meets Mr. R.K. Agarwal Director (Mobile Service), BSNL, regarding the recent orders issued by BSNL’s Corporate Office in connection with Reduction of Validity period/Days of top up (prepaid mobile vouchers) to be implemented from 5 August, 2011, onwards.

The Members of BSNL Employees Association of expressed their apprehension that drastic reduction in validity has no direct bearing with increase/decrease of revenue of BSNL.

Mr R.K. Agrawal, promptly spoke with the concerned and gave on spot instructions to have a holistic view on the matter before its implementation.So “Revision of validity with top-ups for General customers” is now under abeyance, till further order.

Thanks to Tej Singh Yadav !

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October 26, 2011 8:16 am 8:16 AM

BSNL is the father of all net work can any body tell me who were the other operator 10 to 15 years back. all the operator started their service hiring the bsnl net work
off course bsnl has gone down a little bit due to privitasation.this is another story
even now so many operator hiring bsnl chhannel.i have no intention to deem any body but to remind them please dont blame bsnl as it has its own limit

August 9, 2011 9:21 pm 9:21 PM

no its not hike.stv 17, night cal .05p onnet loc/std.

August 9, 2011 6:20 pm 6:20 PM

ArjunA :
@Rohan Singh
As I have said earlier, this has got nothing to do with TRAI. TRAI only fixed the upper limit for roaming rates and no lower limit. This decision was taken by BSNL out of commercial considerations or because of corruption in the corporate office/DoT/MoC&IT.

May be…

but to note…Uninor also withdrew their incoming free plan in mum circle.