BSNL adds new Special Tariff Vouchers with reduced call rates

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BSNL has introduced six new Special Tariff Vouchers ( STV) which offer reduced calling rates to BSNL’s 2G / 3G Mobile customers across India. The newly launched STV of  Rs.27 offers all local On-net calls for 1p/sec and Rs.26 STV offers all local On-net calls for 49p/minute. Both these STVs have validity of 90 days. BSNL has also added four new Special Tariff Vouchers with feature of reduced call facility on any two local BSNL numbers. The STVs of Rs.15 and Rs.41 offer local and STD On-net calls at 1p/sec and Off-net calls at 1.2p/sec. The reduced call rates of 30p/minute will be extended to any two local BSNL numbers. The STV 15 and STV 41 have validity of 30 and 90 days respectively. The STVs of Rs.13 and Rs.29 offers local and STD On-net calls at 50p/minute, Off-net calls at 60p/minute and reduced call rates of 30p/minute on two local BSNL numbers. The STV 13 and STV 29 have validity of 30 and 90 days respectively.

Local On-net call STVs:

MRP

Validity
All local On-net calls @ 1p/sec

Rs 27

90 days
All local On-net calls @ 49p/Min

Rs 26

90 days

 

Special Tariff Vouchers with feature of reduced call facility on two BSNL numbers
 MRP

Rs 15

Rs 41

Rs 13

Rs 29

 Validity

30

90

30

90

Free usage in Rs.

Nil

Nil

Call charges

 Local On-net

1p/sec

50p/Min

Local Off-net

1.2p/sec

60p/Min

 STD On-net

1p/sec

50 p/Min

 STD Off-net

1.2p/sec

60 p/Min

 Additional facilities – Reduced call charges to 2 BSNL Local numbers

30p/Min

30p/Min

 All other charges

As per Base plan

As per Base plan

BSNL had recently increased the prepaid mobile tariff by increasing the MRP of unlimited calling STVs. The BSNL tariff hike was further extended to its popular plans like General plan, Student Special plan, Pyari Jodi plan, Jai Jawan Plan and Roam Free plan.   These new STVs will give some breather to its customers offering reduced calling rates. These new STVs will be available from 29th Jan 2013.

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