BSNL (Maharashtra) Introduces ‘PAL DO PAL’ Prepaid Plan

By October 27th, 2009 AT 12:42 PM

BSNL (Maharashtra) Introduces PAL DO PAL Prepaid PlanIndia’s National Telecom Backbone and 3rd largest mobile operator State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam (Ltd) launches new tariff plan dubbed as ’Pal Do Pal’ tariff plan for its GSM prepaid subscriber in Maharashtra and Goa telecom circle.

BSNL’s new ‘Pal Do Pal’ tariff plan comes on daily deduction besiss with the facility of  ‘One Sec pulse’ under its 2G prepaid mobile service. With this plan all Local calls within the Maharashtra and Goa telecom circle will charged at 1paisa/second and all STD calls at 2paisa/second;  SMS costs 60 paisa for a local p2p sms and Rs.1.20 for a national SMS. Under this Scheme, Daily Rs.1.50 will be deducted from the customer’s balance talk time.
To subscribe the plan, BSNL customer has to sms ‘ACT 1S’ to 53733. Once the customer subscribes, he will be locked in for a period of 30 days. For Un-Subscribing the customer has to sms ‘DACT 1S’ to 53733. Once the customer subscribes he will continue to remain in the scheme unless he/she unsubscribed (through SMS)

The Details of “One Sec Pulse” under 2G prepaid cellular services is as follows Particulars Tariff
1 Local Call (any network) 1 paisa / second
2 STD Call (any network) 2 paisa / second
3 Local SMS Re. 0.60 / SMS
4 National SMS Re. 1.20 / SMS
5 All other call charges As per Existing prepaid plan

To know more call 9400024365.

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