BSNL revises base tariff for CDMA prepaid subscribers pan India, SMS gets cheaper

By August 15th, 2015 AT 10:16 AM

BSNL the largest PSU operator has announced a revision to the base tariffs for its CDMA subscribers pan India. TRAI had recently reduced the ceiling tariffs for calls and SMS in roaming.

BSNL had also introduced free incoming for all its subscribers in national roaming by default. Taking into account both these factors, BSNL has revised its base tariffs for prepaid CDMA subscribers.

With this revision, the subscribers will enjoy free incoming in roaming as well as SMS tariffs of 25p/SMS for local and 38p/SMS for national in both home and roam. The details of the revised base plan are given below.

Particulars Existing Revised
Home LSA>>>
Call charges (Rs./Min)
Local On-net 0.45 0.45
Local Off-net 0.60 0.60
STD On-net 0.45 0.45
STD Off-net 0.60 0.60
SMS charges (Rs./SMS)
Local 0.50 0.25
National 0.60 0.38
International 5.00 5.00
National Roaming>>>
Call charges while roaming (Rs./Min)
Local outgoing on-net 0.50 0.50
Local outgoing off-net 0.60 0.60
STD outgoing on-net 0.70 0.70
STD outgoing off-net 0.80 0.80
Incoming 0.60 NIL
Outgoing SMS while roaming (Rs./SMs)
Local 0.60 0.25
National 0.60 0.38

The changes are applicable with immediate effect in all circles where BSNL has CDMA operations.

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Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He is passionate about Telecom, DTH and OTT video streaming apps. When not writing an article, you can find him binge watching shows on Netflix while sipping on a cup of coffee.

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Infocus M810 handset supports CDMA SIMs.

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This overSmar AirHell agent DUANE is just aweful. S/he will support every CraP scheme of AirHell but critisize others.

Does DUANE know what is CDMA, EVDO or WLL ?

Difference bw GSM /CDMA and EVDO /4G ?

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