BSNL launches voice add-on pack in Hyderabad for 24 hour unlimited free calling to local and STD numbers

By April 21st, 2016 AT 3:50 AM

For the very first time in what seems to be a revolutionary step, the PSU telecom operator BSNL has launched dedicated voice add-on packs for its landline subscribers in Hyderabad telecom district of Andhra pradesh circle which includes Telangana. The new add-on packs provide true unlimited calling to any local or STD landline or Mobile number across India for all 24 hours of the day.

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The voice add-on packs can only be applied by subscribers who have a broadband combo plan with fixed monthly rental of Rs.700 or above. The packs come in two variants the first one has a denomination of Rs.48 and offers free unlimited calls to only local landlines and mobiles within the circle, the second one comes with a denomination of Rs.98 and offers the benefit of free unlimited calls to both local and STD landlines and mobiles across India.

The add-on packs come as an extension of the already provided service of unlimited free night time calling for 9 Pm to 7 Am provided by the operator. The plan at the moment has been launched only for Hyderabad telecom district from today for a promotional period of 90 days.

The add-on packs are available for personal non commercial use only, which implies that calls should not exceed more than 300 unique numbers in a month.

Note: Do check with BSNL before testing the plan

Physiotherapist by day and techno buff by evening, Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He has a keen eye for the Mobile data and DTH segments.

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Arghya Chatterjee

Guys, do you have the exact circular? I applied for it in BSNL office and they said they have not received any circular on this so far.

Bharat
Bharat

This plan is launched where Airtel is provind broadband on copper lines

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