BSNL Intros FREE Local Call Offer for Raksha Bandhan & Independence Day

By August 12th, 2011 AT 8:15 PM

In a bid to to Celebrate Raksha Bandhan and commemorate the 64th Independence Day, Pan India 3G mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) comes up with exciting offers of Unlimited Free Local Callings (BSNL to BSNL) for its GSM and CDMA Mobile service subscribers across all the telecom circles

To avail the “Raksha Bandhan and Independence Day Special Unlimited Free Local Calling Offer” customers need to recharge with STV worth Rs.36 which will be available From 00.01hrs of 13-08-11 to 24.00 hrs of 15-08-11.

On 13th August and 15th August, India will celebrate its Raksha Bandhan and 64th Independence Day respectively and to bring cheers to every 2G and 3G Prepaid and CDMA users BSNL has brought out new offers.

Note : BSNL GSM (2G and 3G) subscribers in Tamilnadu and Chennai can avail the above offer by sending SMS to 53733 as “VOICE36” between 13-08-11 to 15-08-11 only. Rs.32.64 will be deducted from the account of the customer for availing this offer. While in other circles visit BSNL CSC or call 1503

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@THARUN GEORGE Land Line is land Line and there is no comparison as far as voice quality is concerned between Mobile and Landline.Nowadays, due to cost of maintainning Land Line, it has become Status symbol too where as Mobile lost that status symbol long back as even a Rickshaw puller is seen carrying mobile nowadays.


BSNL is a hundred percent owned Govt. Company and not 49:51 Govt. Private venture as you mentioned.

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