BSNL Launches Pay Per Second Plan with One Year Validity

By November 6th, 2009 AT 8:41 PM

BSNL Launches Pay Per Second Plan with One Year ValidityBharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), one of the country’s leading telecom operator introduced New ‘Pay Per Second Billing Plan’ with one year tariff validity for its GSM Prepaid mobile customers in Bihar telecom circle.
BSNL prepaid subscribers availing this “PAY PER SECOND” will get to make all Local and STD calls on any network with in the country for just 1 Paisa Per Second.

To avail the PAY PER SECOND tariff plan, BSNL subscribers can purchase a special Value voucher priced at Rs.45 with the tariff validity of 365 days from the date of Recharge.

BSNL – 1paisa Billing In details-:

Pay Per Second Voucher MRP Rs.45
Tariff Validity 1 Year
All Local & STD Calls to Any Network Across India- 1p/sec.

SMS and ISD call charges as per Normal Prepaid Plan.

To Know more call 94000-24365

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