BSNL Launches FRIENDS AND FAMILY Plan On LANDLINE

By October 14th, 2011 AT 3:23 PM

India’s National Telecom Backbone and Land-line service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today announced the launch of new Add-On plan – FRIENDS AND FAMILY PLAN for its land line (wire-line) customers in Tamilnadu circle.

With BSNL’s FRIENDS AND FAMILY PLAN for Landlines, the subscribers from Tamilnadu and Chennai Metro circle can make local calls from their Land-line phones to any 3 BSNL phone numbers at lowest tariff.

For these 3 BSNL numbers with in TN and Chennai, the call charges will be 10 paisa/minute during Night hours (9 PM-8 AM) and it will be 20 paisa/minute during day time – the period of 8 AM – 9 PM.

This Add-on plan will cost Rs.29 per month for 1 BSNL number (Land-line/Mobile), Rs.49 for two number and Rs.59 for 3 numbers and available from 14th Oct 2011 for all Land-line subscribers in TN. First time Registration of Mobile and Land-line numbers will be FREE under this plan and customer can change that numbers after 15 days of activation period at Rs.10 per number (one time).

Few years back the similar plan was launched in Andhra Pradesh circle for land-line subscriber in Hyderabad TD but Tamilnadu’s Plan is circle wide plan and subscriber can choose any numbers of BSNL Land line as well as Mobile phone of TN and Chennai circle.

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