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As Per Latest Information BSNL to extend Pay-by-Date of Bharat Fiber (FTTH) bills issued in July 2021 for 4 more days.

BSNL extends pay-by-date of FTTH bills for 4 more days.

The timeframes for paying Bharat Fiber (FTTH) invoices have been extended by another 4 days, according to Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). Only BSNL FTTH bills issued in the current month (July 2021) are affected by this new payment deadline.

In addition, BSNL stated that its FTTH (Bharat Fiber) customers in all telecom circles are covered by this pay-by-date exemption. According to the post-paid billing schedule for BSNL, the pay-by-date is typically 15 days after the invoice date. At the moment, BSNL sends bills to its clients on the third of every month. The pay-by-date for BSNL post-paid billing is the nineteenth day of each month. Customers of BSNL FTTH in July 2021 have till July 23, 2021, to settle their bills without incurring late fees or penalties.

The following was said in an official announcement from BSNL on the extension of the pay-by-date for FTTH bills in July 2021: –

Due to various technical issues, FTTH franchisees have not been able to receive FTTH bill payments from clients through their FTTH wallets for the past few days. The Wallet App is also not working, which makes it impossible for the FTTH partners to receive money from the users. As a result, it has been agreed to extend the pay-by-date for the current month bill for FTTH in all circles by 4 days in response to requests from some circles. This bill was issued in July 2021.

What is FTTH Wallet?

The FTTH wallet can only be used by BSNL’s Bharat Fiber (FTTH) Franchisees (TIPs/LCOs/MSOs). The advantages of FTTH Wallet include real-time commission payments to TIPs, LCOs, and MSOs. Franchisees and LCOs of BSNL FTTH (Bharat Fiber) may accept payments from customers of BSNL FTTH (Bharat Fiber) directly using FTTH Wallet. To handle client payments, a BSNL FTTH partner (TIP/LCO/MSO) has to put funds into his or her FTTH wallet.
The BSNL FTTH Wallet payment system has been experiencing a number of technical issues lately, making it impossible for BSNL’s FTTH franchisees to execute client bill payments on time. Officials from BSNL have decided to address this problem by extending the pay-by-date by an extra 4 days for the benefit of FTTH customers and Franchisees. The following

As is well known, BSNL is actively offering Bharat Fiber (FTTH) connections through TIPs, LCOs, and MSOs throughout the whole country of India. In regions where BSNL FTTH is presently not practicable, the PSU is entering revenue share agreements with telecom infrastructure providers, local cable operators, and multi system operators. The PSU might activate more than 1.1 lakh additional Bharat Fiber (FTTH) connections in the last month, or in June 2021, with the help of such agreements. Since BSNL continues to add additional TIPs across India, it is anticipated that this figure would rise in the upcoming months.

The current pandemic condition necessitates fixed line broadband internet access to every home with guaranteed capacity and reliability, making FTTH a viable industry for BSNL. Along with big competitors like Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, etc., a sizable number of minor ISPs are also competing in the FTTH (Fiber Broadband) space, in addition to BSNL. When compared to all other ISPs, the BSNL FTTH (Bharat Fiber) connection’s dependability and performance are its main draws. Even at busy hours, the PSU consistently offers more than 100% of guaranteed bandwidth in all tiers. Customers from other ISPs began switching to BSNL FTTH as a consequence of the improved performance for work from home or online learning.

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Invoice Date

Each month on the third, BSNL sends bills to its post-paid clients. This bill was created for the client’s consumption over the previous month.

Pay-by-Date.

The pay-by-date will be 15 days following the invoice date, according the revised schedule. The “Pay-by-Date” designates the last day on which a customer may make a payment without being charged a late fee. The client may pay the invoice at any time after it has been produced. The Pay by Date indicates the final day on which customers may make payments without being charged late penalties. A late fee of 2% of the total invoice amount (or a minimum of Rs. 10/-) will be applied to any payments made after the due date. The subsequent BSNL Bill (your bill for the next month) will be charged this late fee.

Outgoing Barring Date (OCB)

According to the updated timetable, BSNL will stop allowing delinquent customers to make any outbound phone calls or use any data services on the 22nd day from the invoice date. In order to keep their service operational, clients must pay their invoices by the 22nd day after the invoice date. All unpaid customers’ access to the service (Voice or Data) will be terminated on the 28th of the month (i.e., the 22nd day after the date of the invoice). Customers can take advantage of the incoming call feature during this time.

Incoming Barring Date (ICB)

After 15 days after the outgoing barring date (OGB), BSNL is required to ban all telecom services offered to a client who has unpaid balances. If payment is not realized after 15 days from the OGB, BSNL will also ban the ability to make incoming calls. For a maximum of 37 days following the invoice date, a client may use the incoming call capability without making payment.

Permanent Disconnection (PD / NPD)

Only 60 days after the outgoing barring date (OGB) can a service be permanently disconnected for non-payment. After 60 days of the outgoing barring date (OGB), BSNL would completely terminate all telecom services provided to a client who still refuses to pay. Additionally, BSNL will begin legal revenue collection proceedings to recover any unpaid amounts from these consumers.

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.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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