BSNL Launches Bandham Plan In Andhra Pradesh

By November 20th, 2010 AT 11:43 AM

India’s National Telecom back bone and pan India 3G mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) finally launched Bandham Plan for its subscribers in Andhra Pradesh telecom circle.

The “Bandham Plan” is regional name of “BSNL Pyari Jodi” Plan which was launched on 4th November by Mr Sachin Pilot, Minister of State for IT and Communications and available in all other telecom circles except AP.

With the “Bandham Plan” all BSNL landline subscribers in Andhra Pradesh will get one free 2G Prepaid SIM card with Pay per Second plan along with Free 2000 Local/National SMS and 1000 MB Free Data usage. With this offer subscriber can make Unlimited Free Local calls from this new BSNL mobile number to his registered home land line phone in Andhra Pradesh circle (Only from Home LSA).

While all other local and STD Calls (except Home land line number) shall be charged as per ‘Pay-Per Second’ tariff. After the expiry of initial validity of 180 days, further validity can be extended by using any of the recharge coupons and continue to enjoy the Unlimited Free call facility forever

BSNL “Bandham Plan” for AP circle :

Cost of Plan


Talk TimeRs.15
Freebies2000 Local/National SMS

1000 MB Free Data Usage

(to be used within first 30 days)

SIM Validity180 Days
Extension of validity of this tariff planBy Normal Recharge after 180 days
Call Charges
Local Call to One BSNL Fixed Line/WLL number in his/her own name.Unlimited FREE
Reduced Charges (Two BSNL AP numbers)20p/min
Reduced STD Charges (One BSNL number)30/p/min
All Local and STD CallsOwn Net- 1p/sec

Off-Net- 1.2p/sec

Call charges while RoamingAs per General “1p/sec”plan
ISD, SMS Charges and all other terms and conditionsAs per General “1p/sec”plan
To Activate the reduce call charges to 2 BSNL Local Number and One STD BSNL number:

SMS  “FFE <space>1st BSNL No.<space> 2nd BSNL No.<space>3rd BSNL No. to 53733.

Note: Landline number should be entered with STD Code and in case of STD Mobile Number “0” should be prefixed in above SMS format.

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