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As Per Latest Information BSNL to withdraw some of the existing SMS, Data and Combo STVs with effect from 1st November 2020 on PAN India basis.

BSNL withdraws STVs for PAN India customers.

BSNL – India’s leading network for mobile voice quality – today announced the withdrawal of some existing Special Rate Vouchers (STV) for PAN prepaid customers in India.

According to the most recent information, BSNL will stop offering a few SMS STVs, Data STVs, and Combo STVs starting on November 1st, 2020. SMS STV 12, SMS STV 24, Combo STV 47, Combo STV 91, Combo STV 111, and Annual Data STV 1498 are among the STVs that have been withdrawn.

On November 1, 2020, the aforementioned pricing will become effective throughout all Indian telecom circles. The 43rd Amendment to the Telecom Tariff Order and any instructions, recommendations, or clarifications that TRAI may provide from time to time must be followed while implementing the tariff.

As we previously reported, as part of the festivities for BSNL’s Foundation Day, the company is observing October 2020 as “Customer Delight Month.” The PSU has previously introduced 25% extra free data with all prepaid mobile recharges that are now delivering data freebies in order to please BSNL prepaid mobile users. Additionally, BSNL has recently introduced new FTTH (Bharat Fiber) options with ultra-fast broadband beginning at just Rs 449. The PSU is also working to increase download speeds and the amount of free bandwidth available with all of the current Bharat Fiber (FTTH) broadband options. According to the most recent TRAI My Call Analytics study, BSNL’s mobile network in India has the greatest speech quality when compared to all other private carriers, including Reliance Jio.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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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.