BSNL to Hike Landline Tariffs from January 1, 2014

India’s largest state-owned telecommunications service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited is all its way to offer ‘best’ new year gift to its landline subscribers with hiking tariff. BSNL across its 20 circles, where it operates is going to revise tariff on landline plans, withdraw of some plans and others.

With the huge growth on mobile subscriber base, landlines are becoming obsolete, keeping the profit from landline business all-time low. It seems BSNL wants to make some profit with logical tariff revision.


All other terms and conditions will be unchanged, the tariff will be applicable on PAN India Basis.

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February 9, 2014 2:15 pm 2:15 PM

its great to find bsnl reducing time for the landline instead of serving us better by increasing benefits…….

December 18, 2013 3:21 pm 3:21 PM

DIESEL,PETROL,TRAIN, BUS, ONION..E.T.C all prices are increasing…. same as telecom bill also increasing.

Vineesh pv
December 18, 2013 10:45 am 10:45 AM

Thats sad indias public telecom sector facing shutdown .
They looking to cut down all landlines and broadband lines.
Yesterday i tried to get a new broadband they sain no new landlines and broadband with lack of cable lines.
They dont have 3g in my area its a heavy traffic area.all other operators have full coverage.bsnl has full coverage but no 3g.
I am ended up with wimax connection.dont know how good it is.

December 31, 2013 12:01 pm 12:01 PM

sir go for wimax its very good internet services with cheap rate.with additional discount of 10% for govt employee.750 plan having min speed of 512kbps