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BSNL once again extends free Sunday calling offer

By: Rohan Pal, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi Last updated : May 07, 2018 2:32 pm

The offer allows users to avail free unlimited calling benefits from BSNL landline to any landline and mobile on Sundays.
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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has announced that it has extended the Sunday free calling service for its users. The offer allows users to avail free unlimited calling benefits from BSNL landline to any landline and mobile on Sundays.

 

“The competent authority has decided to extend unlimited Free calling from Landline/Combo/FTTH to all networks on all Sundays from 1st May 2018 on PAN India basis for all existing as well as new customers on regular basis w.e.f. 01-05-2018,” the company said in an official statement. This simply means that BSNL users can avail the free calling benefit from May 1 until further notice.

 

To recall, the company introduced the free Sunday calls for landline users on August 21, 2016, which allowed users free unlimited calling from BSNL landline to any landline and mobile network of any service provider on Sundays on pan India basis. The company then withdrew the free service from February 01, 2018. However, just after the state-owned telecom operator announced that it will extend the service till April 30, 2018.

 

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Meanwhile, the brand recently announced Rs 349 plan for its prepaid users. the state-run telecom operator new prepaid STV (special tariff voucher) offers 1GB of data per day for a validity period of 54 days. Apart from this, the operator is offering unlimited local, STD voice calls and 100 SMS messages per day.

However, it is important to note that the unlimited voice calls will be only valid in circles where BSNL has its operations. For the unintended, the operator does not have services in metro cities like Delhi and Mumbai. So, in metro cities, users will be charged at standard rates.

 

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