BSNL offers FREE Local & STD Calls for Landline Phone E-Bills

India’s National telecom backbone and largest landline service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has taken a step toward paperless landline telephone bills or electronic bills (E-Bills) to attract consumers offering 10 free local/STD calls per month (own-network) under its Go-Green initiative.

BSNL Landline e-bills

Few months back, BSNL announced Go Green initiative as earlier we shared on TelecomTalk. With the Go-Green reward points scheme, the operator offers  free calls on adoption of E-Bills for BSNL Landline / Broadband customers (10 rewards points). Earlier this scheme was available in few key circles and now it is available across all circles or Pan-India basis.

“We are trying to send telephone bills on e-mail as a greener initiative. Customer who decide to accept paperless telephone bills will get 10 free units per month as incentive.This would help in reducing postal delays of telephone bills and reduce cost,  ” – Gautam Chakraborty, CGMT, BSNL Kolkata cirle.

Procedure for opting for BSNL E-Bills  service :

  • Customer can log in to web self care portal and place their a request for getting telephone bill on Email only option :  selfcare.edc.bsnl.co.in
  • Customer can approach Customer Service Center and give request for Email only option.
  • Customer can approach BSNL Call Center by dialing 1500 and give request for getting bills on Email only option.

# For more details on BSNL Go Green – Rewards Points scheme, read here –> BSNL Encourages Customers to go Green, Offers Additional Reward Points

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hemakumar
April 2, 2014 4:58 pm 4:58 PM

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Firoze
April 1, 2014 12:54 pm 12:54 PM

If you live in East India then the URL provided is correct. Otherwise use the following ones:

selfcare.wdc.bsnl.co.in – for West India (Gujarat, M’shtra, etc)

selfcare.ndc.bsnl.co.in – for North (Delhi, Punjab, etc)

selfcare.sdc.bsnl.co.in – for South (Kerala, Tamil Nadu, etc)

Kanaga Deepan N
March 29, 2014 11:51 am 11:51 AM

Whether those free calls are applicable for Sulabh plan customers also?? That will be very much useful in emergency…

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