MTNL Revises Its Unlimited Broadband Combo Plans – Added More Free Calls

By September 2nd, 2011 AT 12:04 PM

In a bid to promote the DSL Broadband services, state run telecom giant and Delhi’s largest Broadband service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today announced that it has Rationalized its Unlimited Broadband Combo Plan portfolio – increases Free Calls in three tariff plans.

Now MTNL Delhi’s Unlimited Broadband plan users under TriB UL data 999 Combo, Plan-749, Freedom 1295 combo and TriB UL data 1899 combo will get additional 200 Free Calls per month w.e.f. September 2011.

Apart from the above rationalization of Broadband Combo Plans, MTNL Delhi also Re-launched an exciting Promotional Unlimited Broadband Trial Plan just for Rs. 50 for its prospective subscribers in Delhi telecom circle for 90 days w.e.f. 01-09-2011 to 29-11-2011.

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MTNL is the best without any FUP’s 🙂

Will switch to MTNL soon from Airtel


Really nice efforts to attract subscribers toward wired broadband services, but when MTNL going to offer landline to MTNL gsm unltd free calls which will definitely help to pull subscribers toward wired landline which is best for crystal clear voice quality, no network busy n no power failure issue means 24/7 online connectivity.

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