BSNL Life Time Prepaid Now Cost Rs.10

By December 8th, 2009 AT 12:17 PM

BSNL Life Time Prepaid Now Cost Rs.10State run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) the leading GSM Mobile service provider announced the launch of New Life Time Valid Prepaid with Starter kit at Rs.45, which will also carry a talk time of Rs.35.This New life Time Prepaid will be available in all telecom circles across India.

BSNL also launches 2 new General prepaid SIM kit for New customers with inbuilt Pay Per Second Plan and [email protected] plan at Rs.57 (talk time Rs.10) and Rs.64 (talk time Rs.10) respectively.

With SIM Kit of Rs.57 the call charges will applicable as “Pay Per Second Plan” and with SIM Kit of Rs.64 tariff will be applicable as “[email protected] plan” By default. In order to continue with Lifetime validity, the minimum recharge of Rs.200 (Excl. of S.Tax) in every 180 days will be required.

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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) doing gr8

Manoj Thakur
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I am from himachal. I asked retailers for this recharge but they said that they do not have information about this. I also talked to customer care but they also replied the same. Help me to know is this recharge available in himachal pradesh.

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