BSNL Launched Four New STV in Kolkata for both 2G and 3G Users

By November 20th, 2012 AT 2:40 PM

Calcutta Telephones has launched four new special tariff vouchers in Kolkata circle. The new STVs include two SMS packs and two combo packs offering good value for money.

These packs are valid for BSNL Kolkata prepaid users, using both 2G and 3G. The new plans are already in use, and will be available till January 30, 2013.

STV 21 offers 1000 local SMS to any network for 30 days, while STV46 includes 1000 local and 1000 national SMS to any network with validity of 60 days.

Combo pack STV 55 offers 150 local minutes to any network, 150 local SMS to any network and 150 MB data. The benefits will be valid for 15 days. STV 103 adds 300 local minutes to any network, 500 local SMS to any network and 300 MB data.

BSNL-STV-21-Kolkata

For more details visit nearest BSNL retailer or call 94000-24365.

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BSnl’s best stv is stv135. This stv should be activated through sms. So only Rs120 gets charged and you will get 400 minutez free. So the call cost is equivalent to just 30ps. This free minutes is working during roaming also. BSNL is the best. There is no doubt in it.

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bsnl need to revise most of its postpaid plans.

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