BSNL Launches India Telephone Card with Per Second Billing

By July 21st, 2010 AT 6:16 PM

In an attempt to boost its Calling Card services, state run telecom giant Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) today announced the launch of Pan-India applicable  “India Telephone Card” (ITC Card) with per second billing for Local/STD and ISD Calls.

The call charges will be 1p/second for all Local and STD calls to anywhere in India. While ISD calls to anywhere in the world will be charged as per second tariff from 6p/sec pulse to 45p/sec depends on Intentional location.

BSNL’s prepaid ITC card also known as the Virtual Calling Card is a pre-paid card which gives freedom to a customer to make local, STD, or ISD calls from any BSNL/MTNL land line or GSM phone. Cost of such call is debited against the paid credit of the ITC.

The phone line from which call is made is not charged at all. There is no hassle of dynamic locking your phone and sharing password with anyone else in the family. Each member of your family may use a separate ITC sharing the same phone line. In case your ITC is stolen the loss is limited only to the credit balance left for that ITC – no more.

For more details on card denomination and ISD tariff click here BSNL ITC Card- Per Second.

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m.maheswara rao
m.maheswara rao

very good this is useing simple

Gouri Chatterjee
Gouri Chatterjee

When I am trying to do any call using ITC card from BSNL Mobile I am getting reply as The Dialed number can not be accessed. Kindly help in resolving this problem.
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G.P.Chatterjee

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