BSNL Introduces Two New SMS Packs In Gujarat

By June 27th, 2010 AT 12:06 PM

State run telecom major Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today announced 2 new SMS Pack for its prepaid GSM Mobile customers in Gujarat telecom circle.

BSNL SMS pack of Rs.55 provides talk time of Rs. 20 and enable its subscribers to enjoy 3000 Local National SMS to any network across India. Another SMS Pack of Rs.110 comes with talk time of Rs.40 and gives 7500 Local & National SMS. Both SMS packs will be valid for 30 days from the date of recharge.

The Free SMS to be utilized within 30 days during the active period of the SIM. Talk time will be carried forward as is done in case of Top Up and Recharge Vouchers. Both SMS packs will be available on paper voucher only.

Apart from the above SMS packs, Recently BSNL has also launched “Bouquet of Special Tariff Vouchers” (STVs) for Unlimited Plans of Local and STD callings, SMS, and other new offers. To know more on these STVs just click here BSNL (Gujarat) Launches Bouquet of Special Tariff Vouchers

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Chirag Patel

55 rs Plan is suitable for me 😀 thanks a lot for this info.

sanjeev kumar
sanjeev kumar

this is too old changed

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