BSNL customers who have a postpaid plan of Rs 399 and above, will be eligible for this subscription. Similarly, BSNL users who have broadband plans starting from Rs 745 will get the Amazon Prime subscription for free.
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has announced that it has partnered with Amazon to offer one year of free subscription on Amazon Prime membership. The telecom operator is offering the free subscription on select postpaid and broadband plans.
As per this offer, BSNL customers who have a postpaid plan of Rs 399 and above, will be eligible for this subscription. Similarly, BSNL users who have broadband plans starting from Rs 745 will get the Amazon Prime subscription for free.
In order to activate this offer, users need to go to the company’s website and then click on the special Amazon Prime banner. Users then need to enter the BSNL number details and an OTP will be sent to the number. After you enter the OTP details, the website will Activate the new offer. After this, users need to log in to Amazon using the existing account or one can create a new account.
"We understand the customer shift towards a highly networked digital ecosystem. Customers today demand freedom and flexibility in shopping and streaming content online. Our collaboration with Amazon India is our commitment to stay ahead of times providing the best to our customers. It provides them access to thousands of Indian and international movies, videos, TV Shows and music on the go. We are confident that our customers can enjoy uninterrupted on-the-go shopping and entertainment benefits with their Amazon Prime membership," said, Anupam Shrivastava, Chairman and Managing Director of BSNL.
Previously, the company introduced a new Rs 299 postpaid plan for its users. With the new postpaid plan, BSNL customers will get 31GB of data every month. Once the FUP limit is over, users will still be able to use the internet, but at a reduced speed of 80Kbps. However, it is important to note that the plan is meant for new users and existing users cannot switch to this plan.
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