BSNL Woos New Broadband Customers with Promotional Schemes

By February 1st, 2012 AT 1:27 PM

BSNL Woos New Broadband Customers with Promotional SchemesIn a bid to promote the DSL Broadband services, state run telecom giant Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) today announced the launch various promotional schemes for broadband subscribes like free VAS on demand and various other benefits for its new broadband customers.

Now an existing BSNL landline customer who takes a new combo postpaid broadband plan the installation charges will be waived of.

Security deposit will for new customer will be now taken in 3 equal monthly installments starting from the first bill which seems to be a good move what BSNL has done.

Free games on demand video on demand and music on demand would be offered for a period of 30 days and one gsm mobile prepaid SIM will be offered free to all new broadband customers .

The above offers starts from today and will be valid till 31-3-2012.

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pvj

where to complaint about bsnl broadband speed…. anyone have mail-ids of concernd persons from bsnl authorities in rajasthan circle…???

satyendra kumar

All private operator are under 2g scan except govt teleco BSNL, so we should move with BSNL by using MNP (mobile no. portability).

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