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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

BSNL extended Unlimited Free Sunday Calling Offer for three more months to its landline and broadband customers

Happy news to millions of BSNL landline and broadband customers as the state run telecom operator has decided to extend its Unlimited Free Sunday Calling Offer for another three months.

BSNL extended Unlimited Free Sunday Calling Offer for three more months to its landline and broadband customers

BSNL has taken this decision in order to put the landline subscribers sticking to the telecom operator. Free Sunday voice calling benefits was offered by the BSNL to its landline, combo, and FTTH broadband subscribers since August 2016.  The PSU extended free Sunday voice calling scheme because of the tight competition from various private telecom operators.
An Official statement from BSNL read as follows - "BSNL is happy to announce that Sunday Free Calling Facility from BSNL Landline to any other phone, any other operator, which was supposed to be closed with effect from 1-2-2018, will continue to be FREE for another Three Months."
As we reported earlier, BSNL revised timing of its Unlimited Free night calling offer to 10.30pm to 6am with effect from 1st January 2018 on wards. BSNL's night calling scheme was initially available from 9pm to 7am.


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  1. Another way of Increasing prices by BSNL : Previously BSNL used to give 18% deduction in plan and stv vouchers when you recharge that STV/ Plan voucher from your balance. E.f. Rs 395 voucher if recharged from Balance would cost Rs 334.7 only( deducting 18% tax) Now they are taking full amount from the balance for all STV/ Plan vouchers eg. 485, 395, 666, 444, 185 and for all.
    That means 18% hike.
    This websites shows partiality. You are not informing the customers about this kind of hike in a cheating way.
    Same way you have also not informed customers about change (reduction) in night calling hours (From previously 9:00 to 7:00 to now 10:30 to 6:00 ) and taking back Sunday free calling facility.
    These type of steps will lead to early death of BSNL.
    Go to hell BSNL. RIP BSNL.

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    1. You're right bro... They are cheated with us.. RIP BSNL 👿👿👿👿

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