BSNL Launches Full Talk Time Bonanza In TamilNadu and Chennai

India’s National telecom Backbone and 3G service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has introduced a new offer ‘Full Talk Time Bonanza’ for its GSM customers in Tamil Nadu and Chennai circles under Customer Delight Month-May 2011.

BSNL is offering full talk-time on their Top up Prepaid Vouchers. Full Talk-Time will be offered on All Recharge Vouchers and Top-up Vouchers in both C-top-up and Paper Vouchers (except Flexi Top-Ups) of  Value of Rs.110 and above.

Full Talk Value will be equal to MRP of Vouchers. Wherever, the talk value offered with top-up vouchers are more than the MRP of the top-up vouchers, the higher talk value already available will prevail.

This promotional offer from BSNL will end on 13 June 2011 and applicable for both Tamilnadu Circle and Chennai TD.

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December 25, 2011 4:33 pm 4:33 PM

BSNL Nesam paln very good plan . Thank u

May 19, 2011 12:18 am 12:18 AM
@PD ya PD please check with ur contacts how the money was looted from BSNL …may be they (BSNL staff)are lagging in their duties.. since the ITS officers who were in govt service deputed in BSNL are worrying abt their convenience stay in the department with food grain, quarters, car, and etc n BSNL expenses ..with the help of politicians by helping them to loot the department leagly with out any fear… who are not going to be affected even if BSNL is going down… also they are not constructive in administration to take action against the staff who are… Read more »
May 18, 2011 4:02 pm 4:02 PM

Well, the ground realities are different. I have been associated with MTNL (earlier) and BSNL (now) over 3 decades. I have had the privilege to be in constant contact with the lower and middle (cadre) level work forces of these PSUs. My comments are based on the inputs I had received from them. Nice to read your concern and standpoints on the present national scenario. Criticisms (?) made without any prejudices need to be welcomed.