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As Per Latest Information BSNL Blackout Days on pre-Diwali & Diwali (17th & 18th October 2017) for prepaid and postpaid mobile customers

BSNL declares Blackout Days for Prepaid and Postpaid Mobile Customers.

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has declared pre-Diwali (17th October 2017) & Diwali (18th October 2017) as Blackout Days for both Prepaid and Postpaid Mobile Customers. On blackout day, no concessional tariff on Voice Calls / SMS will be available for both prepaid and postpaid mobile customers.

Blackout will be for all Voice / Roam / SMS / ISD STVs, Friends and Family Offer, Free Calls to Pyari Jodi Landline, Plan Voucher Freebies etc. this includes Voice STVs 135/149/159 etc. also. It means, a prepaid mobile customer has to top up for main account balance for making voice calls / SMS on these days.

Customers are advised to make use of the existing Full Talk Time / Extra Talk Time Offers and Diwali Special Extra Talk Time Offers on these days. BSNL’s Special Combo STVs (Combo STV15, Combo STV77 & Combo STV177) offer Full Talk Value & Free Data for prepaid mobile customers. These promotional combo vouchers can be used on these Blackout Days also.

All 2G/3G mobile plans are offered with initial freebies (Plan Voucher Freebies) or monthly freebies on Voice / SMS. These concessional freebies will not be applicable on Black out days and all calls / SMS will be charged as per their base tariff plan.

The reduced tariff on Voice / SMS STVs (Special Tariff Vouchers), discounted calling offers like – ‘Friend & Family’ & ‘Pyari Jodi’ etc. also will be withdrawn, during blackout days. All your voice calls and SMS will be charged according with the parent plan on these Black out days.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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