BSNL Introduces 3 New Special Recharge Vouchers for Voice Calls

By February 22nd, 2011 AT 12:03 PM

State run Pan India 3G Mobile Service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) announced the launch of 3 new Special Recharge Vouchers (Voice) at Rs.77, Rs.111, Rs.222 for its 2G and 3G prepaid GSM Mobile subscribers in Tamilnadu telecom circle.

The new Prepaid SRVs provides full talk time which can be used for Voice Calls to any network and 10,15 and 30 days validity respectively. Full talk value is allowed for the voice calls only in these SRVs with limited validity and will not add to the main account. Hence un-utilized talk time of this SRV will not be carried over to the main account.

These Special Recharge Vouchers (Voice) are allowed for the customers of all plans within the validity available through C Top-up only.The promotional offer will be available up to 31st March 2011.

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Vicky
Vicky

MNP service launched n bsnl is ready to loose customers…
A stupid step by stopping unlimited gprs

Aditya
Aditya

Bsnl drawbacks..
1. Network,
2. VAS,
3. Validity,
4. Tariff,
5. No Unlimited Gprs,
6. Customer care.

Now
bsnl advantage..
1. Deepika Padukone,
2. Adds b4 muvie in cinemas,
3. Sarkari company.

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