BSNL SLASHED POSTAPID TARIFFS

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) is going very aggressive these days; BSNL has announced new plans for its postpaid subscribers in an effort to make the tariffs more economical.As per new schemes announced, Plan-225 and Plan-325 will offer night calling features as 50 percent reduced charges. Plan-525 and Plan-999 will offer unlimited night calling.

Plan-99 and Plan-198 will offer 50 minutes of free calls in intra circle network. The company announced withdrawal of Plan-299 and all such subscribers will be shifted to Plan-225 with intra network calls at 60 paisa and free call worth Rs 125. Plan-725 will offer fee 725 STD minutes. Plan-490 has been reduced and the subscribers are shifted to Plan-425.

The scheme offers, calls anywhere in India for 50 paisa.Additionally, BSNL has also slashed tariffs for mobile data services. Plan-325, Plan-425 and Plan-525 will offer free GPRS varying from 5 MB to 50 MB. Plan-725 and Plan-999 will offer unlimited GPRS facility.

Incoming roaming charges have also been slashed while roaming on BSNL’s network for Plan-425, Plan-525 and Plan-725. Plan-525 will offer 300 minutes of free incoming. BSNL has also withdrawn Plan-550 and subscribers will now be shifted to Plan-525. The new plan offers free calls worth Rs 300, free incoming roaming of 300 minutes, outgoing and incoming at 50 paisa for intra network calls.

More details on BSNL postapid plans visit BSNL website

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DEBOPRATIM ROY
April 13, 2009 11:27 pm 11:27 PM

My loyalty towards BSNL is paying off it seems.Being with the National operator for past 6 years its now kudos for me from BSNL.Not only I am getting hefty loyalty offers in both post-paid plans of 525&325 against my 2 numbers.Its true that only BSNL serves wherever we dare to go..Oye BSNL Tussi Great Ho!Iam with you days ahead……Its a promise

April 6, 2009 12:30 pm 12:30 PM

BSNL SLASHED POSTAPID TARIFFS…

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) is going very aggressive as it announced new plans for its postpaid subscribers in an effort to make the tariffs more economical….

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