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09 June 2017

BSNL to revise per second billing Voice STV 149 to offer 21,000 seconds free calls to any network from 14th June 2017

BSNL Kerala Telecom Circle - the most revenue generating unit of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has announced the revision and extension of its promotional Per Second billing Voice STV 149 for a period of 90 days from 14th June 2017 to 11th September 2017.

BSNL to revise per second billing Voice STV 149 to offer 21,000 seconds free calls to any network from 14th June 2017

As we reported earlier, the PSU extended Voice STV 149 for a period up to 13th June 2017. Since this scheme got tremendous response from customers, BSNL has decided to increase its freebies from 20,400 seconds to 21,000 seconds with effect from 14-06-2017.
Sl No
in Rs
Freebies / Features (Revised from 14-06-2017 to 11-09-2017)
Validity (*Calendar Days)
How to Activate ?
21,000 seconds Free Calls (Local/STD) to Any Network
Recharge 149
send sms 
STV VOICE149 to 123

BSNL prepaid mobile customers of Kerala Circle may activate this promotional scheme either by Recharge 149 or through SMS / Selfcare. Customers having sufficient prepaid account balance may activate Voice STV 149 by sending sms - STV VOICE149 to 123.

Read More: BSNL offers Free SIM Cards to all new and MNP customers till 30th June 2017

Dear readers, please share your views and opinions about BSNL's Voice STV 149 via comments with us.

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  1. there is a huge demand for bsnl sim in north west states.i wondered that bsnl authority is too lazy to arrange the sim connections for new people.if bsnl could arrange proper tech support and facility to customer then it will become the no1 network in India within one year by utilizing current infrastructure and facility.but officials dont want to do this .they want to show it all in paper or in advertisement.


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