BSNL introduces free night calls for CDMA and WLL subscribers

By August 13th, 2015 AT 4:53 PM

The state run telecom unit, BSNL, has decided to introduce an Unlimited Free Night (from 9 PM to 7 AM) On-net Calling Facility to CDMA/WLL postpaid customers across India starting from the 1st of September 2015.

BSNL CDMA night calls

As per the latest information, CDMA/WLL customers will be able to enjoy unlimited free night calls (Local & STD) to all landline and mobile networks from BSNL.

Also read: BSNL to offer Unlimited Free Night Calling on its landline phones

This move came when BSNL started receiving good feedback, and more customers are willing to join BSNL for its Unlimited Night Free Calling which it launched earlier on its Wired/Fixed Landline phones to Landline and Mobile Network of Any Operator in May 2015. However, the scheme was not applicable to CDMA/WLL Landline (wireless landline) customers.

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Adv.Baba Chaudhari
Adv.Baba Chaudhari

Is this free calling facilities are available to cdma post paid phone? If yes can we call any other mobile phones on free?

abhigyan roy
abhigyan roy

plz introduce unlimited night calling for cdma prepaid customer, bsnl, not postpaid

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