BSNL Offering Free Unlimited Calling To MTNL Numbers


The state-run telecom BSNL has started providing free calls to MTNL numbers. The service was not available before the merger. The telco is providing free calls to MTNL numbers under three different plans. These plans include the Rs. 429, Rs. 485, and Rs. 666. For the unaware, BSNL is offering its services in 20 circles. On the other hand, MTNL is providing services in Delhi and Mumbai. That means these services are available in 22 circles.

BSNL Offering Free Unlimited Calling To MTNL Numbers


Furthermore, Rs. 429 plan offers free voice calling to all networks. It includes 1GB data per day for 81 days. The Rs. 485 plan provides free calls and 1.5GB data for 90 days. Lastly, Rs. 666 plan free voice calling and 1.5GB data for 122 days.

"Unlimited voice facility including MTNL network in Mumbai and Delhi with FUP (Customer using more than 250 minutes outgoing minutes [(local+STD+outgoing Roaming) (On-net/off-net) as per Unlimited recharge benefits] in a day will be charged at base plan tariff, after consumption of 250 minutes for the rest of the day till midnight 0.00hrs.)," BSNL was quoted by BGR.

To recall, BSNL has upgraded its Rs. 108 plan prepaid plan. Under this revision, the company is providing this plan until December 12. At present, this plan is providing free voice calls, 500SMS, and 1GB data for 28 days.

The development comes a day after Union Cabinet cleared the merger between the BSNL and MTNL. The cabinet is planning to infuse Rs. 15,000 crore into BSNL through sovereign bonds. Besides, the employees are free to take a voluntary retirement scheme.

Also, the government will provide a 4G spectrum to BSNL at 2016 prices. We believe with the government supports, BSNL may give a tough fight to private players. Furthermore, the merger will increase its subscriber base.

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