BSNL Launches STV45 & STV49 – Offers Cheap Local & STD Calls In Kolkata

By April 21st, 2012 AT 12:45 PM

It seems that BSNL is now trying to be the best option for local and STD calling for Kolkata’s 2G and 3G mobile users compare to all other service providers in this Metro circle.

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) announced 2 new value- for- money prepaid packs STV45 and STV49 offering cheap local and STD callings, that may suits students and price conscious customers making it the choice of the masses!

BSNL’s new circle specific Special Tariff Voucher (STV) 45 offers Kolkata customers the lowest local calling rate at just 15 paise per Minute for BSNL Network (Mobile/Landline) and 40p/minute for all other networks with 30 day validity, STV 45 is unbeatable value for BSNL’s mobile customers who can make local BSNL to BSNL calls at just 15 paisa per minute.

Adding another spectacular product to its cartel, BSNL also launched STV 48 valid for 30 days, gives Kolkata’s BSNL prepaid subscribers the opportunity to make STD calls to friends and families across the BSNL network for 20 paisa per minute (All BSNL number- anywhere in India). While STD Calls to any other network will cost 40p/min.

BSNL Kolkata - STV45 and STV49 Plan Details

For STV of Rs. 45 & 49, there will be no change in ISD call charges & Local / National/ International SMS charges. Customers can recharge STV 45 & STV 49 at BSNL CSC, Retailers or On-line, through BSNL self care portal. These Promotional STVs will be available up to 16-07-2012.

Thanks MD Rajaul!

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Is this available for 3g only. Actually i need minimum call rate for bsnl to bsnl in local area(Kolkata) for 2g. Can anyone suggest me something best? Please….

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@Jeet Barman
Cannot find any such 135 offer for vodafone prepaid, you are probably talking about postpaid. I will prefer to remain in postpaid.

Good plan by bsnl

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