BSNL Re-Introduces Senior Citizens Prepaid Plan for Kerala

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has Re-launched its most popular special prepaid mobile plan for Senior Citizens (60 years or above) in Kerala telecom circle. 

Under this ‘BSNL Senior Citizens Plan, customers have to take a new sim and a Starter Pack of Rs.60 which will offer Talk value – 2000 sec (local /STD/Roaming valid for 30 days), all local own-net calls at 1 paisa per 2 seconds and off-net calls at 1 paisa per second for first month from the date of activation. Customer will also get 250 Free SMS(200 SMS while in LSA & 50 SMS while in LSA/National Roaming).

After the complition of 1st month, call charges will be 1p/Sec for all BSNL network calls and 1.2p/Sec for calls to any other network across India. Under this plan BSNL customer can also enjoy reduced rates local calling for 30p/min to any BSNL number within Kerala circle from 17.00 hrs to 22:00 hrs (5 PM to 10 PM) will be available on all days.

Plan/tariff will be valid for 180 days from the date of activation. After 180 days,The validity can be extended through plan voucher-60 which is available on CTop-up and SMS based plan activation service. SMS format is PV60 to 53733. The Senior Citizen Plan will be available up to 11th May 2012.

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July 30, 2012 11:52 pm 11:52 PM

there are indeeed so many service providers , but noone can trust them fully. especially senior citizens will always prefer BSNL… not only this but also BSNL is givng an VERY GUD SERVICE which is trustable …

May 13, 2012 2:16 pm 2:16 PM

BSNL is only for kerala people

Tharun George
May 12, 2012 5:28 pm 5:28 PM

Actually what is the point of this plan? Worst tariff in the country after 1 month.

Uninor, docomo, aircel provides 30p/min to any network at anytime without any recharge or for very low value.

Vodafone and idea offer onnet at 20p/min and offnet for 30p/min for 90 days for MNP customer. So why go for this plan?