An official statement from BSNL regarding the withdrawal some of the existing landline plans read as follws – “The Competent Authority has approved withdrawal of following Landline tariff plans for the prospective customers with immediate effect.”
- Super 1495,
- Premium 2495,
- Swipe Machine Super 499,
- BSNL Landline Plus Plan
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As we reported earlier, BSNL already launched a new landline plan LL 299 with 250 free calls to any network in all the circles from 1st August 2017. To increase its landline & broadband customer base, the PSU has completely waived off installation charges for new landline and broadband customers for a period of One Year in all the circles.
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