BSNL Launches Unlimited Free Call Plan at Rs.175 in Himachal Pradesh

By October 30th, 2010 AT 5:03 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has enthralled its existing and prospective 2G /3G mobile subscribers in Himachal Pradesh by launching fully loaded, exciting new Special Tariff Voucher-175 with Unlimited Free Local calling facility.

The new STV-175 is specially tailored to lower the cost of mobility for high end users which offer Free Unlimited Local Calls to BSNL network, Free Local and National SMS and Free Incoming Roaming up to 30000 seconds.

STV-175 comes at Rs 175 with the talk time of Rs 100 and validity of 30 days.With this pack all local calls to BSNL network (Mobile/Landline) with in Himachal Pradesh will be Free. While other network Local and STD calls will be charged at 1.2paisa/second. The subscriber also get Free 50 Local and 50 National SMS valid for 30 days.

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GEORGE C ELENJICKAL

Never got continued network in Maharashtra, though tower is near my house.

deepak rana
deepak rana

its a good recharge but m unable to do this recharge online….is there any other option????????

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