BSNL Kerala Telecom Circle has restored all Voice and SMS STVs on this New Year Day for it’s Mobile Customers. Earlier, they have announced Blackout Days on December 31, 2014 and January 1, 2015 as per the TRAI regulations.
There was complaints from customers that, they were not informed about these Blackout Days well in advance. In addition to SMS STVs, BSNL’s most popular Voice STVs – STV VOICE135 & STV VOICE341 were also not available on 31st December 2014.
Customers who activated these STVs on yesterday were also was unaware of these Blackout Days. There was strong protest from BSNL customers about these Blackout Days in social media websites also.
After reviewing the customer response from different parts of Kerala, the authorities has decided to withdraw the Balckout Day on 1st January 2015 as a New Year Gift to all Mobile Customers. Now all BSNL Mobile customers can enjoy reduced SMS as well as Voice Call tariff as per their activated STVs.
BSNL Kerala Telecom circle authorities stated that, “BSNL is glad to inform our valuable customers that 1st January 2015 will not be a blackout day. Customers can make voice calls/SMS, use STV and other freebies without any restriction.”
List of Offers available to BSNL Customers on this New Year 2015 are given below:
- BSNL Introduces an exciting New Combo STV – ‘STV125’ as Christmas & New Year Offer for all Prepaid Mobile Customers across India
- BSNL Launches New Combo Add-On Pack having Free Calls, Free SMS & Free Data for all Postpaid GSM Mobile Customers
Details of the ‘Christmas & New Year Full Talk Time / Extra Talk Time Offers from BSNL’ are given below:
|Sl No||Full Talk Time / Extra Talk Time||Offer Denomination||Offer Period|
|1||Full Talk Time||Top Up 50 to Top Up 90||24-12-2014 to 02-01-2015|
|2||Full Talk Time||Top Up 150|
24-12-2014 to 23-03-2015
|3||Full Talk Time||Top Up 250|
|4||Full Talk Time||Top Up 550|
|5||10% Extra Talk Time||Top Up 1000, 1100, 1500, 2000, 2200, 2500, 3000 & 3300||24-12-2014 to 23-03-2015|
|6||20% Extra Talk Time||Top Up 5500 & 6000||24-12-2014 to 23-03-2015|
Dear readers, please share your views and opinions regarding this customer friendly move – to withdraw Blackout Day on 1st January 2015 by BSNL.