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BSNL Launches Promotional Offers for Festive Season

Published: 03rd October 2014 06:44 PM  |   Last Updated: 03rd October 2014 06:44 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

NEW DELHI: State-run BSNL is undertaking a host of promotional offers for the ongoing festive season including reducing video calls rates to the level of voice charges and giving full talk time on top-up recharges. 

The video call offer, which started from September 20, will be available for 90 days across the country.

"BSNL mobile customers will be able to enjoy excitement of video calls at voice call charges during current festive season. We have largest 3G coverage in the country which enables the best quality of voice and video calls," BSNL Board Director (CM) Anupam Shrivastava said.

The video call charges would be reduced to voice call charges of the plan customers only, the company said.

However, reduced voice call charges through special tariff vouchers will not reduce voice call charges further.

BSNL said it is offering full talk value on top-up of Rs 100, Rs 150, Rs 250 and Rs 350 and extra talk value on top-up of Rs 550 (talk value Rs 575) and top-up Rs 750 (talk value Rs 790).

The state-run company has also launched a data STV of Rs 231 wherein customers will get 1.2 GB of free usage. The STV has a validity of 30 days. Data will be charged 2 paisa per 10 KB after the free usage is over.



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