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As Per Latest Information BSNL revised the policy on pay-by-date, dunning schedule, and dunning threshold.

BSNL revises policy on pay-by-date, dunning schedule, and dunning threshold.

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has revised its existing policy on pay-by-date, dunning schedule and dunning threshold for Landline, Broadband and FTTH customers.

To maximize cash flow and collection efficiency as well as to minimize volume of unpaid bills, BSNL authorities has decided to reduce the pay-by-date to 15th day from invoice date. At present, pay-by-date is 21st day from invoice date.

Additionally, the 35th day after the invoice date has been shortened to the 22nd day for Outgoing Barring (OGB) and Data Barring. According to the updated timetable, incoming barring (ICB) will take place 15 days after OGB, and permanent disconnection (PD) would take place 60 days after OGB.

What is dunning threshold?

The Dunning threshold is the maximum amount that may be invoiced before a phone or service is terminated for non-payment, even when it would otherwise be required. It indicates that your number won’t be disconnected for non-payment if the due amount on a bill is less than this threshold amount.

The updated policy would undoubtedly assist BSNL in improving cash flow and reducing the amount of outstanding invoices. The majority of clients are now switching to BSNL’s FTTH Broadband offerings. Even clients of other private ISPs are being switched over to BSNL’s lightning-fast Bharat Fiber (FTTH) services, including those from AsiaNet, Kerala Vision, Dwan, and others.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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