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11 March 2015

Exclusive: BSNL to lauch New Voice Calling STVs exclusive for Prepaid Mobile Customers of 'PER SECOND' & 'PER MINUTE' Plans

BSNL has announced the launch of two New Special Tariff Vouchers for reduced Local / STD Calls to Any Network in India from 16.03.2015 onwards. The newly announced STVs will allow prepaid mobile customers to make outgoing calls to Any Number in India at a cheaper rate of 50 paisa/Minute or 0.8 paisa/sec.


The new STVs are exclusively available for Prepaid Mobile Customers who are enrolled in PER SECOND or PER MINUTE Plan. VOICE STV 88 will give you a validity of 90 days while VOICE STV 51 (for South Zone) / VOICE STV 54 (for all Zones except South Zone) will give you a validity of 45 days.

Details of New Voice Calling STVs from 16.03.2015 onwards
Local / STD Calling STVs MRP (Rs) Validity (Days) Applicable
1 Voice Calls ( Local / STD / BSNL / Other Network ) to Any Network in India from Home Circle @ 50 paisa/Min or 0.8 paisa/sec 88 90 Prepaid Mobile Customers in PER SECOND / PER MINUTE PLAN
2 Voice Calls ( Local / STD / BSNL / Other Network ) to Any Network in India from Home Circle @ 50 paisa/Min or 0.8 paisa/sec 51 ( For South Zone )

54 ( For all Zones except South Zone )

These new STVs will be available from 16.03.2015 onwards across all telecom circles in India.

BSNL already have a variety of Local/STD Calling STVs for it's GSM Prepaid Mobile Customers. See it's details below:

These are really good, value for money recharge offers from BSNL. Recharge 88 offers 90 days validity & Recharge 51 offers 45 days validity respectively.

Dear readers, please share your views and opinions about these new Voice Calling STVs from BSNL via comments with us.

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