BSNL Launches STV-53, Local Own Net Call 1paisa Per Minute

By June 11th, 2011 AT 4:35 PM

India’s National telecom Backbone and Mobile service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) announced the launch of one New Special tariff Vouchers- 53 for cheapest own net local calling facility in Himachal Pradesh telecom circle.

BSNL’s STV-53 enable its subscribers to make all own network local calls just for 1 Paisa per Minute. The STV comes with the tariff validity of 7 days from the date of recharge and can be clubbed with for all 2G and 3G prepaid plans in Himachal Pradesh circle.

STV -53 will be available as a promotional offer to all 2G and 3G prepaid subscribers and valid up to 29 July 2011.  BSNL is the 2nd largest GSM Mobile service operator in Himachal Pradesh telecom circle with 16,25,235 subscribers as per COAI Data as on April, 2011.

BSNL STV-53 in Details :

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Soumya
Soumya

Local On-net @10p/2 min with STV 52 &

Local/STD On-net Night @ Rs. 0.05p/min (11 pm to 6 am) with STV 17..

launched in kolkata circle.

arindam
arindam

Local & STD On-Net @ Rs.0.10/Min on STV50. Is this plan launch in Gujarat or in other state?

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