BSNL hikes night calling STVs for all prepaid GSM users with additional talktime

By October 29th, 2015 AT 8:45 AM

BSNL the largest PSU operator will be revising the denominations of select night calling STVs for its prepaid GSM subscribers. Under the revision, the tariffs will increase by Rs.10 to Rs.25 per voucher and BSNL will provide additional talk time with each voucher thus making it a combo voucher.

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The talk usage value will be credited in the main account and will not expire. These combo vouchers will be launched in all 20 circles where BSNL operates on 1st November 2015.

Details of the revised tariffs and benefits:

 

 

Existing

MRP in Rs.

 

 

Revised

MRP in Rs.

 

 

Existing

Night Calling STVs

 

 

Revised

Combo Vouchers

 

 

Validity in days – No change

 

29

 

39*

 

300 Minutes Local/STD On- net Night

 

300 Minutes Local/STD On-net

Night+Rs.9 usage value#

 

30

 

35

 

48*

 

Local/STD On-net Night @

0.05/Min

 

Local/STD On-net [email protected]

0.05/Min+Rs.11 usage value#

 

30

 

59

 

81*

 

800 Minutes Local/STD On- net Night

 

800 Minutes Local/STD On-net

Night+ Rs.20 usage value#

 

30

 

121

 

146*

 

1800 Minutes Local/STD On- net Night

 

1800 Minutes Local/STD On-net

Night+Rs. 25 usage value#

 

30

The denominations will vary by 1 to 3 Rs. from circle to circle and readers are requested to check with customer care before recharging with any of the above denominations.

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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