BSNL Offers Freebies To Customers Who Opt For Restoration of Broadband

By February 9th, 2012 AT 5:41 PM

BSNL Offers Freebies To Customers Who Opt For Restoration of BroadbandIn a bid to promote the DSL Broadband services, state run telecom giant Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is taking all its best initiative to bring back its all customers who have moved out of BSNL Broadband.

BSNL has decided to offer one free prepaid broadband account with out any activation an installation charges along with 100 MB free usages with 90 days validity to those prepaid broadband customer who opt for restoration of closed postpaid broadband accounts which were closed with in past 6 months.

Right now this offer is valid in Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Ahmadabad,Trivandrum and Kolkata for the next 30 days.

So if you are looking for a broadband services provider with a transparent billing solution its high time to opt for BSNL broadband services.

Will this kind of offers help BSNL to bring back its old customers do let us know via comments.

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Simon D
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90 Days prepaid connection, ie prepaid registration is free
Am i right?
Use topup vouchers if broadband is needed, it is welcomed for occasion users

anubhav11
anubhav11

today bsnl bb is down in my distt. kullu and it might not work until monday. Bsnl is worst in bb,landline& mobile. unfortunately i have no other wireline option for internet at my place. might be shifting to photon+.

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