BSNL Introduces New Pan India Tariff Plans for Fixed Wireless Phone

By March 2nd, 2010 AT 8:27 PM

India’s National Telecom backbone Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd has launched an array of unique packs for its pre-paid CDMA Fixed Wireless Phone (FWP) subscribers on Pan-India basis. Following the success of the Pay Per Second and [email protected] tariffs offered on BSNL GSM Mobile, these tariff offers are now being extended to BSNL FWP CDMA prepaid customers as well.

The new Tariff Plan include 2 First Recharge Coupons priced at Rs.49 and Rs.69 offering call plans of “[email protected]” (all local and STD calls at 49 paisa/minute) and “Pay per Seconds” (all Local and STD calls One Paisa for One second) with tariff validity of 365 days from the date of recharge.

BSNL FWP Tariff Plans in Details (Prepaid)-:

Particulars [email protected] Pay Per Second Plan
Recharge cost (M.R.P.) Rs.49 Rs.69
Tariff Validity 365 Days
All Local and STD Calls (Any Network Across India) 49 paisa/min 1 paisa / 1 second
SMS,ISD and other charges As per existing plan (CDMA)

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ramniwas saini

I would like to know where i can get CDMA fone.

Suresh
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5ps per 100kb means 500rs for 1 gb ??

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