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27 August 2020

BSNL revised policy on pay-by-date, dunning schedule and dunning threshold for Landline, Broadband and FTTH

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has revised its existing policy on pay-by-date, dunning schedule and dunning threshold for Landline, Broadband and FTTH customers.

 BSNL revised policy on pay-by-date, dunning schedule and dunning threshold for Landline, Broadband and FTTH

To maximize cash flow and collection efficiency as well as to minimize volume of unpaid bills,  BSNL authorities has decided to reduce the pay-by-date to 15th day from invoice date. At present, pay-by-date is 21st day from invoice date.
BSNL's revised schedule of pay-by-date and dunning for Landline, Broadband & FTTH
Activity Present Schedule Revised Schedule for bill issue months - Sept 2020 & Oct 2020
South Zone Except South Zone
21st day from invoice date
  • 15th day from invoice date
18th day from invoice date
Outgoing barring (OGB)
35th day from invoice date
22nd day from invoice date
28th day from invoice date
Incoming barring (ICB)
30 days after OGB
  • 15 days after OGB
15 days after OGB
  • Permanent Disconnection (PD) 
90 days after OGB
60 days after OGB
60 days after OGB

Outgoing barring (OGB) / Data Barring is also reduced to 22nd day instead of 35th day from invoice date. As per the revised schedule, Incoming barring (ICB) will be done after 15 days from OGB and Permanent Disconnection (PD) after 60 days of OGB.

BSNL's revised dunning threshold for Landline, Broadband & FTTH
Particulars Existing threshold amount of Landline, Broadband & FTTH
(per connection)
Revised threshold amount of Landline, Broadband & FTTH (per connection) w.e.f. bill issue month – Sep., 2020
Dunning threshold
Urban: Rs. 525/-

Rural: Rs. 325/-
  • Urban: Rs. 300/-
  • Rural: Rs. 200/-

What is dunning threshold ?

Dunning threshold is the upper limit of billed amount for which telephone / service is not to be disconnected for non-payment, which is otherwise due for disconnection due to non-payment of bill. It means, if the payable amount in a bill is less than this threshold value, your number will not be disconnected for non-payment.

The revised policy will certainly help BSNL to increase the cash flow and reduced volume of unpaid bills. Now a days, most of the customers are being migrated to BSNL's FTTH Broadband services. Even customers of other private ISPs like Asianet, Kerala Vision, Dwan etc are also being migrated to BSNL's ultra fast Bharat Fiber (FTTH) services.

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Dear readers, please share your views and opinions about this latest  changes in BSNL's postpaid bill schedule scheme via comments with us.

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