BSNL Revised 5 STVs in Andhra Pradesh Circle

By August 3rd, 2013 AT 2:49 PM

India’s state owned telecommunications company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has revised five circle specific special tariff vouchers in Andhra Pradesh Telecom circle for prepaid GSM customers.

The following STVs are revised: STV-59, STV-160, STV-135, STV-185 and STV-399. STV 135 offers used to offer free 200 minutes of on net calls along with free 200 minutes off net for  30 days which has been now revised to free 125 min on net calls and 125 min off net for 30 days

The new revision is in the accordance with 43rd amendment of TTO (Telecom Tariff Order) of TRAI.

The details of the STVs are given below:BSNl-StV-Andhrapradesh
Inputs: Sathish Kumar

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After one year gap, I again tried BSNL 3G in Hyderabad, believing lies of its senior big salaried officials, who said they were setting so many towers to improve quality. But to the shame of this parasites, I have not able even to connect to 3G on my phone. Simply there is no signal…. Chee Chee, yak.. yak…thoo…thoo… BSNL.

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