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As Per Latest Information BSNL – has decided to withdraw all extra talk time recharge offers with effect from 1st December 2020 across all telecom circles in India.

BSNL to withdraw all Extra Talk Time Recharge Offers with effect from 1st December 2020 onwards across all telecom circles

Signalling the second wave of tariff increases, public telecom operator BSNL has decided to withdraw all airtime top-up offers from December 1, 2020, in all telecom circuits in India.

Customers of BSNL’s prepaid mobile service may no longer receive additional talk time with top-up amounts that the PSU is now providing starting on December 1st, 2020. Customers will instead receive unlimited call time with these top-up coupons. The following top-up amounts are now available from BSNL: Top Up 550, Top Up 1100, Top Up 2000, Top Up 3000, Top Up 3300, and Top Up 5500.

According to BSNL’s latest announcement, all the above additional airtime top-up values ​​will be converted to full airtime top-up offers across India from 12/01/2020. The above offers are available to all BSNL mobile customers, regardless of the subscription/mobile plan package they subscribe to. This means that the above airtime top-up offer is available to all BSNL Prepaid Mobile customers until December 1st, 2020.

Customers of BSNL Prepaid Mobile often utilize these additional talk time top-up deals to self-activate Special Tariff Vouchers (STVs) or Plan Vouchers (PVs). If they have enough credit on their account, BSNL Prepaid Mobile Customers can activate STV/PV by sending an SMS with the keyword “STV” to the toll-free short code 123 or by simply dialling the USSD short code for the necessary STV/PV in the format “444MRP#,” where “MRP” stands for the amount of the prepaid voucher that has to be recharged.

Please share your thoughts and ideas regarding this most recent BSNL rate change that converts its extra talk time offer to a full talk time offer in the comments section below, dear readers. How many of you are now taking advantage of BSNL’s Extra Talk Time Offers? Whether these deals, as compared to those of other private operators, are truly worthwhile.

What do you think?

Written by Shallu Srivastav

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