BSNL to charge for “Missed Call Alerts” starting July 1st

By June 11th, 2014 AT 7:30 AM

BSNL Miss Call AlertBSNL, the state owned telephone corporation has the widest reach in the country if not the best. Missed call alerts are quite an important feature to have on our phones as they let you know about who called while you were out of coverage area or your phone was switched off. BSNL was providing this service for free till now but it looks like that the same will not be the case henceforth.

The service will now be chargeable at Rs 30 per month now onwards and it will come into effect starting 1st of July 2014. Most of the operators started charging for it pretty much from the start after offering a free initial trial. Seeing the fact that you often witness a drop in the network of BSNL when you are in a basement or lift (it is not as strong as the likes of Vodafone and Airtel), there are high chances that you might just miss out on an important call. So we suggest you go in for the service despite it becoming paid.

48
Leave a Reply

avatar
Photo and Image Files
 
 
 
25 Comment threads
23 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
29 Comment authors
BSNL reduces missed call alert tariff to Rs 15 Per MonthRAJXkabirXOur Analysis on Missed Call Alert Services Offered by Various Operatorssandych6687 Recent comment authors
newest oldest most voted
trackback

[…] that time when we brought to you the story of BSNL increasing its missed call alert tariff. We got a lot of responses stating that BSNL was charging too much. But it looks like that BSNL has […]

RAJ
RAJ

IF U WANT TO DEACTIVATE MISSED CALL ALERT GO TO SETTING MENU IN UR PHONE & THEN SELECT CALL SETTING, THEN CALL DIVERT OPTION & FINALLY SELECT CANCEL ALL DIVERT OPTION.

Recent Posts

OnePlus Phones All Set to Get Tons of Video Based Features and Improvements

OnePlus is the kind of tech company which bases a lot of its innovation from what its users want. This...

MIUI Now Gets App Drawer Support and Many Features of Poco Launcher

Xiaomi’s custom UI, the MIUI is probably one of the most popular custom ROMs on the planet right now because...

Poco to Venture into Multiple Price Segments This Year Starting With Poco X2

Poco is slowly making inroads into the Indian smartphone market again. After separating from Xiaomi, the company is all set...