National Telecom backbone and India's Largest Landline service provider, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is going to revise some of its selected Landline Plans from this October onwards. As per the information from our reliable sources, BSNL will be revising the following landline tariff plans : 'General Plan 70' (Revised to 'General Plan 90'), 'General Plan 150' (Revised to 'General Plan 170'), 'Economy Plan 300' (Revised to 'Economy Plan 330') & 'Special Plan 425' (Revised to 'Special Plan 450').
BSNL has already revised its Landline General Plans on 01 Jul 2014. Now, this latest revision is applicable to Rural Landline Customers who were subscribed to Plans 'General Plan 70' (Rural Exchanges having capacity <1000 lines), 'General Plan 150' (Rural Exchanges having capacity >30000 lines) and 'Econmy Plan 300' & 'Special Plan 425' customers.
|Sl No.||Old Plan||Old Free Calls||Revised Plan||Revised Free Calls||Call Rate beyond Free Calls|
|1||Rural General Plan 70 |
(Rural Exchanges having capacity <1000 lines)
|Free BSNL Calls - 75||Rural General Plan 90||Fee BSNL Calls - 90||Calls to BSNL Network (Landline + Mobile) @ Rs.1 Per MCU, Other Network Calls (Landline + Mobile) @ Rs.1.2 per MCU|
|2||Rural General Plan 150 |
(Rural Exchanges having capacity >30000 lines)
|Free BSNL Calls - 150||Rural General Plan 170||Free BSNL Calls - 170||Calls to BSNL Network (Landline + Mobile) @ Rs.1 Per MCU, Other Network Calls (Landline + Mobile) @ Rs.1.2 per MCU|
|3||Economy Plan 300 |
|Free 225 MCU's||Economy Plan 330||Free 225 MCU's||Calls to Any Network (Landline + Mobile) @ Rs.1.2 per MCU|
|4||Special Plan 425 |
|Free 400 MCU's||Special Plan 450||Free 400 MCU's||Calls to Any Network (Landline + Mobile) @ Rs.1.1 per MCU|
*MCU = Metered Call Unit
BSNL increased its Free Calls available with these General Plans from existing 75 and 150 to 90 and 170 respectively. They haven't revised the Free Calls or Call rate of Economy and Special plans.
Please see current Landline Plans @ http://www.keralatelecom.info/p/bsnl-landline.html
How many of you are currently subrcribing to these plans? What do you think about thing tariff change?