BSNL Valentine’s Day offer, 20% Extra Talk Time on Recharges

By February 8th, 2010 AT 1:24 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd, the state run GSM mobile service operator today introduced an exciting 20% extra talk time offer on all the top-ups recharges for its prepaid mobile subscribers in Maharashtra and Goa telecom Circle.

The latest recharge offer is launched as a gift for upcoming Valentine’s Day and keeping affordability in mind and giving more value for the money spent. The new Bonus talk-time up to 20% extra from the existing talk time offer is valid on all Top Up recharges starts from Rs.100 to Rs.5500 denominations.

This new offer is different from similar offers of other service providers as it comes with no hidden terms. It can be used for all types of calls including local, STD, ISD, SMS and other VAS services also. The most striking feature of this offer is that subscribers can utilize this offer for both On-net and Off-net calls and messages.

This Bonus talk-time offer starts from 08 February and valid until midnight of 15 February 2010. This offer is valid on both Paper Recharges and E-Top Up and on the above-mentioned denominations Rs.100 to Rs.5500.

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BSNL best hai mere liye


cool offer.happy V day to all

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