BSNL launches ‘Plan Voucher 51’ for new customers in Punjab circle

By March 4th, 2016 AT 12:54 PM

BSNL has introduced promotional tariff scheme named the “Punjab per sec plan PV-51” for new customers in Punjab circle offering reduced call rates and bundled usage. The promotional tariff offer is available for 90 days, starting on March 2, 2016.


The plan voucher 51 comes bundled with 2500 Local/STD seconds to any network and 50MB data usage for 30 days. Customers will also get reduced calling tariff of Rs 0.008/sec to any network for the initial 90 days (applicable for new activations only). After 90 days, normal calling charge will be applicable as per “Per Sec Plan”.

BSNL ‘Plan Voucher 51’ Plan details



Particulars “Punjab Per Sec . Plan -51” *
1. MRP of PV Rs 51
2. Free Usage allowed with Plan Voucher (To be utilized within 30 days)
Voice Calls(Pulse) In Seconds
           i)            On-Net 2500 Sec. Local/STD any network
Off -Net
iii) Free Data Usage in MB 50 MB free for 30 days ( for

New activation only)

3. Initial tariff Validity 180 days
4. Voice call (Pulse) In second
5. Voice Call Charges Rs./Sec
a. Pulse rate ( in Seconds) 1 sec.
b. Local Mobile On-net 0.014
c. Local Mobile Off-net 0.014
d. Local Fixed On-net 0.014
Local Fixed Off-net 0.014
Reduced call charges on

BSNL numbers (Rs./Min)

g. STD Mobile On-net 0.014
h. STD Mobile Off-net 0.014
STD Fixed On-net 0.014
j. STD Fixed Off-net 0.014
6. All other charges, Terms & Conditions As per “Per Sec. Plan”
7. Plan Voucher to extend the validity Through PV-36
8. Migration to other Plan Through respective Plan Voucher
9. Migration to this Plan Not allowed

Note: Do check with BSNL before opting any plans.

BSNL is offering rock bottom tariff of just Rs 0.008/sec, which translates to 48p/min to any network in the country for the initial 90 days. With the bundled usage of 2500 sec and 50MB data, the plan voucher 51 seems to be a value for money.

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Great plan and what a tariff! But why isn’t this pan India?


Now how much cheaper can the calling get

STD Mobile Off-net 0.014

Just waiting for a PAN INDIA Launch of this scheme
Kudos BSNL

Madhan Kumar
Madhan Kumar

But Anti-Bsnl fans would call these plans as crap if the same plan would had launched by FraudTel then they will blindly hail FraudTel with the tag as wow what an Innovation just wow…


These people will never learn to appreciate the good platform the BSNL is laying for the overall growth of the country.
“Haters Will Hate” No one can do anything about it


What’s the utility of launching such plans which are valid only for 1-2-3 months? Nothing long term ever comes from BSNL.

Madhan Kumar
Madhan Kumar

You are talking like as if Avoid grp keeps it’s plans without any changes…


Yes I’ve used Vodafone and Airtel, both have the same STV denominations unchanged for as long as I remember. Very convenient to remember and you don’t have to worry about getting a wrong recharge done. BSNL keeps altering and coming up with new STVs at least twice a month. What a headache.


BSNL at least announces of the changes. But fraudtel changes the denomination suddenly. You have to call the worthless customer care of fraudtel to ask the denomination.


I hope your reliance CDMA plans do not change. Rofl.

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