BSNL To Revises pulse rates for Fixed and WLL on Pan India basis

By November 20th, 2014 AT 10:07 PM

BSNL will be revising its pulse duration of calls from BSNL Landline/WLL/CDMA. The revision will be effective from 1 Jan 2015 on PAN India basis for all Tariff Plans.

The pulse rate for fixed line remains the same but the pulse rate to the cellular numbers in Intra circle has been reduced from 90 sec to 60 sec. The pulse rate for calls from BSNL fixed network to fixed line of MTNL/other operator in Delhi/Mumbai or any adjacent SSA of BSNL has been drastically reduced from 120 to 60. Additionally you can also check out the entire detail of the changes in the table below

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How do you look at this move from BSNL do let us know via comments.

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Price hike is condemnable. But we should see the logic.

I want to know whether all persons here use only bsnl landline for making calls. If not, then whats the use of cursing bsnl?. Bsnl landline and management is in coma. So whatever you shout here is of no use and is equal to blowing horn in a deaf person’s ear !!!!.


instead of increasing tariffs why cant they just close Bsnl


Just ignore using landline for calls and use it only for broadband. Simple.

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