BSNL Intros SMS Based Activation Facility for New STVs In Karnataka

By July 17th, 2011 AT 10:33 AM

India’s National telecom Backbone and GSM service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) announced the launch of SMS Based activation facility for all newly launched Special Tariff Vouchers in Karnataka telecom circle.

This faculty allows Migration to new Special tariff Plans and activate Boosters facility For Example if customer wants to recharge with STV-13 for Unlimited Free Incoming calls while National Roaming, He/She can activate it just by one simple sms STVVOICE13 to 53733 (toll free).

With the SMS based activation of STV subscriber also can save few rupees like for Roaming STV-13 subscriber will be charged just Rs.11.79 in stead of Rs.13 from his prepaid account balance.

With the SMS based STV recharge or Activation of Voice STV through SMS, customer who has enough balance in their account can change their tariff plan or recharge with desired STV or Boosters without going Retailer or BSNL outlets to get mobile recharged.

Details of New SMS Based STVs (available in Karnataka circle) and Activation Process :

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