BSNL revises Landline Pulse rates on PAN India Basis

By December 27th, 2014 AT 2:29 PM

BSNL has once again revised the Landline pulse rates making the tariffs costlier in most of the circles. BSNL has been most competent when it came to value for money in the WLL segment. The following revisions are applicable for all the service areas on a PAN India basis.

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BSNL has revised the pulse rate for calls to MTNL and other operators to Delhi and Mumbai from 120 seconds to 60 seconds. The Pulse rates for MTNL or any other operator in Delhi from adjoining SDCAs is revised from the previous 90 seconds to 60 seconds.

Landline subscribers are depleting and BSNL is finding it difficult to match the rising operating costs. It would be great if BSNL can give a new twist to the Landline segment and ensure that the technology does not become extinct.

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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Mahit, please elaborate what is this (sic)..

…..It would be great if BSNL can give a new twist to the Landline segment and ensure that the technology does not become extinct…..

Best way to “starve’ it to death ? !!

Prithvi
Prithvi

The old landline has to be there. In times of major weather shakeup (solar flares, wind, rains, etc) we have experienced that wireless technology is of no use.

Sudhakar
Sudhakar

I use it only for broadband.

Colonel Zaysen
Colonel Zaysen

Fully agree ! I use landline only for my voice communications needs and Desk Top PC Wired Broad Band from MTNL. Sheer value for money. For Rs 673/- pm 100 free calls and unlimited Data. I use GSM only for receiving Internet Banking funds transfer pin, and for people who insist that I give them a GSM #. The clarity & comfort of a Fixed Line can never be achieved in a Mobile phone with back ground noise of traffic, people, hawkers etc. Sometimes a Mobile becomes an unwanted distraction in critical times at shops, banks etc. I still cannot… Read more »

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