Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) today announced the revision in charges for Virtual Landline Plan – Aseem with immediate effect across all the telecom circles. As per the latest information, BSNL has decided to introduce uniform charges of Rs 199/- for 4 months for call diversion from virtual landline number to BSNL or Non-BSNL number as per customer’s choice.
In addition to the revised charges, BSNL has also decide to launch Annual Payment Scheme also for customers opting Aseem Plan. Under annual advance payment offer, a customer need to pay Rs 599/- as annual charges in Aseem Virtual Landline Plan. Earlier, BSNL was offering differential charges for customers optin Aseem Plan based on the destination telephone number. BSNL was charging Rs 99/- for four months, if the destination number was BSNL. If the destination number was a non-BSNL number, the customer need to pay Rs 199/- for four months. Now as per this latest revision, BSNL will charge Rs 199/ for four months to all customers in BSNL Virtual Landline Plan – ASEEM.
Revised Charges for BSNL Virtual Landline Plan – ASEEM
(Applicable across all the telecom circles with effect from 10-09-2021)
|Existing Tariff for sale of “Virtual” Landline connection under plan ‘ASEEM’|
|Tariff for 4 Months||Annual Charges|
|“Virtual” Landline connections under ‘ASEEM’ Plan – call diversion from “Virtual” landline number to any one BSNL number of subscriber choice||Rs. 99/-||Not Applicable|
|“Virtual” Landline connections under ‘ASEEM’ Plan – call diversion from “Virtual” landline number to any one other network’s number of subscriber choice.||Rs. 199/-||Not Applicable|
|Revised Tariff for sale of “Virtual” Landline connection under plan ‘ASEEM’|
|Revised Tariff||Tariff for 4 Months||Annual Charges|
|“Virtual” Landline connections under ‘ASEEM’ Plan – call diversion from “Virtual” landline number to any one BSNL number / other network’s number of subscriber choice.||Rs.199/-||Rs.599/-|
Above charges are excluding GST. Customers under ‘ASEEM’ plan for call diversion to any one BSNL number (Rs. 99/- for 4 months), may be migrated to revised plan after the expiry of their existing 4 months subscription. The above revised tariff shall be applicable with effect from 10th September 2021 across all the telecom circles. All other terms and conditions shall remain same.
What is BSNL’s Virtual Landline Service or BSNL ASEEM PLAN?
In Aseem plan, customers may get his virtual landline number on his name and BSNL will not be providing a physical landline connection at your premises. All incoming calls to the virtual landline number will be routed and forwarded to the number specified by the customers at the time of application. A customer can choose either a BSNL number (Mobile/Landline/FTTH) or a non-BSNL number (Mobile/Landline/FTTH) as per his choice. No copper cable / FTTH is required to provide Virtual Landline Connection to a customer. Customers who wish to avail this facility may pay the required charges in advance.
Migrate to BSNL FTTH (Bharat Fiber) and Avail FREE ASEEM Plan !
If you are a BSNL Landline customer, you can simply migrate / upgrade to ultra fast fiber broadband service by BSNL. Now BSNL allows same number conversion in almost all exchange areas. However, there are certain exchange aras where landline to FTTH conversion (by retaining the old landline number) is currently not feasible. Specifically, if your landline exchange is from C-DOT, it is technically not feasible to convert your same number to FTTH. In such cases, you can avail BSNL’s FREE ASEEM PLAN, where you can avail all incoming calls to your old landline number gets automatically routed to your new BSNL FTTH VoIP telephone connection. To avail FREE ASEEM PLAN, you need to submit application form along with application for new BSNL FTTH in your nearest BSNL customer service center (BSNL CSC). This FREE ASEEM is availabe exclusive to existing landline customers migrating to BSNL FTTH.
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