BSNL reduce the Landline installation charge by 50% in a bid to attract potential customers in TN

By January 23rd, 2015 AT 8:31 PM

BSNL recently came up with a reduced starter kit promo tariff for new subscribers and now BSNL has made some amends to the Landline tariffs to encourage new connections. Landline subscribers are declining steadily and the operating costs for Landline are mounting. The main attraction of this offer is that BSNL will be waiving off 50% of installation charges for new Landline and Broadband connections. This offer will be available as a promotional offer for 90 days starting from 26 of this month.

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The details of the offers will be outlined below

1.Installation charges for new Landline connections cut down to Rs.375.

2.For Broadband connection, the Installation charges will be Rs.125.

3.If customers are going in for a new Landline+Broadband then the installation charges will be further reduced to Rs.500.

4.This offer will be available from all the circles.

Landlines have become a rarity these days with cell phones ruling the world. It is only the corporate offices and selective people who choose to continue with the Landline services. One of the other main deterrents is the high basic rental which one has to pay for the landlines.

Note: This is only valid for TN customers

Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. He is also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and non-edible silicon chips.

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