BSNL Offering 6 Paise Cashback Per Voice Call


Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has rolled out a new offer for its broadband customers. Under this offer, BSNL is providing 6 paise cashback for making calls through its wireline and broadband services. According to the information, BSNL will credit 6 paise cashback if a customer is making calls for five minutes.

BSNL Offering 6 Paise Cashback Per Voice Call


While launching a new cashback plan, the company's director CFA, Vivek Banzal informed: "We want our customers to engage more with our upgraded Next Generation Network, experience the quality of voice call which happens on wireline, and also get incentivized for same." Adding to that, "BSNL is taking multiple initiatives for its customer."

The development comes at that time when Jio has announced that it will charge 6 paise per minute, for making calls to other networks (Airtel, Vodafone Idea). In fact, many Jio customers are planning to migrate to other networks. And this offer from the BSNL will definitely attract them.

Meanwhile, BSNL has announced the launch of an online portal, where its customers can book a new Bharat Fibre connection. Besides, users can request through its toll-free number, for the new connection.

BSNL Launches Rs. 108 Prepaid Plan To Offer 1GB Data Daily

On the other hand, BSNL has launched an Rs. 108 plan for its prepaid customers. The plan offers free SMS and data benefits for 28 days. However, there is a catch. This plan is only available in Chennai and Tamil Nadu circles.

Under this plan, BSNL is offering 1GB data daily. That means the user will get 28GB data, for the whole duration. Besides, users get 250 minutes per day for calls, and ones the given limit is over the company will start charging users. It includes free calls to MTNL networks in Delhi and Mumbai. Earlier free calls to MTNL were not allowed, but now the situation has been changed, as the government is planning to merge both BSNL and the MTNL.

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