BSNL launches Pay per second plan PV-48 in Punjab

By August 18th, 2014 AT 12:24 PM

BSNL has introduced a new promotional scheme named the “Pay per second plan PV-48”  for the Punjab circle and it comes into effect from today for 90 days. The plan will cost you Rs 48 and will make the calling pulse as 1.2p/sec. It will provide you with a talk time of Rs 45 and these will be valid for a period of 30 days.


However, the tariff will come with a validity of 180 days. The calling tariff is valid for local calls made to others as well as BSNL’s own network. There will be no free bundled SMS usage coupled with the plan. The head quarters have issued a notification under which the plan has to widely advertised for maximum reach.

All other tariffs will remain similar to the regular Pay per second plan.

The scheme is currently specific to Punjab and we believe if it gets a good response for it, the same might be carried forth to other circles as well in coming days.

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Better to go with Airtel postpaid.
All plans have 50p/min call rates.


Can anybody access BSNL website i.e
I am trying from yesterday to open but it is failing to get opened though state website is getting opened but only the main page if you click any links like mobile or landline or broadband it fails to open

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