BSNL Reduced ISD Tariff To Gulf Countries

By November 6th, 2010 AT 2:37 PM

India’s National Telecom Backbone Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today reduced the ISD calling tariff for the Gulf Countries from the BSNL PCOs to address and fulfill the needs of its customers in Kerala telecom circle.

With the new tariff, BSNL PCO users or customers in Kerala now can make ISD calls to any phone in UAE, Saudi, Yemen, Bahrain and Kuwait for Rs 10/minute instead of Rs 12 and 15. The reduced ISD tariff to the above Gulf Countries from BSNL PCOs will be valid up to 30 January 2011.

The operator claims that new ISD tariff offers 35 % cost savings from the existing tariff or ISD tariff offered by any operator in Kerala circle.

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@Manoj Abhigyan
thanks sir but i was asking, is there plan to reduce this amount, as bsnl offers unlimited local to own number at rs175 only with rs100 talk time

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HOW CAN I USE MY CELL PHONE AS A LANDLINE. IS THERE ANY INSTRUMENT AVAILABLE IN MARKET TO CONNECT MY EXISTING HOME WIREDLINE AND MY CELL PHONE.

ANYBODY HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT GSM FIXED WIRELESS TERMINAL? WHERE IS IT AVAILABLE AND AT WHAT COST?

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