BSNL Introduces STV33, All Local at 1p/2Sec

By June 19th, 2012 AT 1:01 PM

BSNL Introduces STV33, All Local at 1p/2SecBSNL has come up with a new Special Tariff Voucher for allowing customer to enjoy cheaper Local calling like never before. As we have seen earlier this tariff is being now widely continued by several operators.

The price of the new STV is Rs.33 and by opting this BSNL customer can call any local number at 1p/2Sec for a period of 30 days.

Others charges will be as per BSNL’s PPS plan. And this STV will be available throughout the country from 19.06.2012 onwards (from today).

Remember this is just a STV not any plan voucher, so to enjoy this tariff you should be in a proper plan.

Details at a Glance 

MRP

TYPE OF THE VOUCHER

BENEFIT

VALIDITY

Rs.33

STV

(Special Tariff Voucher)

  • All Local at 1p/2Sec
  • Rest of all as per PPS Rate

30 Days

For More Derails Call BSNL Customer Service at 94-000-24-365

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Anirban hails from Kolkata and works as an IT Consultant for a MNC. He is currently based out of Gurgaon now. He loves to write codes and blogs both.

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Wast BSNL no best offer ever were chitting only

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