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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Exclusive: BSNL to Revise Pulse duration of Calls from Landline / WLL (Fixed) / CDMA (Fixed) from 1st January 2015 onwards on PAN India basis

India's Largest Landline and Broadband service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has decided to revise the pulse duration of calls from its Landline (Fixed Line) Network. This revision of pulse duration will be implemented from 1st January 2015 onwards on PAN India basis for all Landline Tariff Plans.

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As per the latest information, BSNL will be reducing the pulse duration of calls to Inter Circle BSNL Mobile Numbers from the existing 90 seconds to 60 seconds. Inter Circles Calls to Other Network Fixed Line Numbers will also be reduced to 60 seconds from the existing 90 seconds

The pulse rate for fixed line remains the same and the pulse rate for calls from BSNL fixed network to fixed line of MTNL/other operator in Delhi/Mumbai or any adjacent SSA of BSNL has been reduced from 120 to 60 seconds. 

Details of the latest revision of pulse duration is given below:- 

Revised Pulse Duration of Calls from BSNL Landline  / WLL (Fixed) / CDMA (Fixed) from 1st January 2015 onwards

Call to BSNL Network Call to Other Network
Fixed/WLL (except 10
digit numbers )
Cellular/ WLL
(10 digit Number)
Fixed/WLL(except 10
digit numbers )
Cellular/ WLL
(10 digit Number)
Existing
pulse
duration in
sec
Revised
pulse
duration
in sec
Existing
pulse
duration
in sec
Revised
pulse
duration
in sec
Existing
pulse
duration
in sec
Revised
pulse
duration
in sec
Existing
pulse
duration
in sec
Revised
pulse
duration
in sec
Intra Circle calls
120 120 90 60 90 60 60 60
Inter Circle calls
120 120 60 60 90 60 60 60
The revised tariff will be applicable from 1st Jan 2015 on PAN INDIA basis
Calls from BSNL Fixed Network to Fixed Line Number of MTNL /  Other Operator in Delhi / Mumbai from adjacent SSA of BSNL
Existing Pulse rate in seconds Revised Pulse rate in seconds
120 60

BSNL has already revised the pulse duration of its Landline / WLL / CDMA Fixed Line services earlier this year. This will be the second revision of pulse duration within a time span of one year.

Whether this revision will help them improve their revenue and to escape from the current financial crisis? Please share your views with us.

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