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BSNL now permits the option for intra- and inter-circle call forwarding to other private operator lines.

BSNL allows call forwarding from BSNL Mobile numbers to private operators.

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), a significant state-run telecom company, has made the decision to permit inter-operator call forwarding between BSNL and other commercial carriers.

Prior to this, BSNL did not let voice calls from its network to be forwarded to those of other operators. The PSU has now decided to permit BSNL customers to redirect their voice calls to the number of any other private operator of their choosing in response to the growing consumer demand.

“It has been decided that the Intra & Inter LSA (Licensed Service Area) call forwarding from BSNL Mobile numbers to private operators’ numbers is allowed,” stated an official statement from BSNL. The pricing for the same would follow the current BSNL Mobile number plan.

This is a pretty smart move on the part of BSNL since it would allow users to redirect calls to their own personal mobile phones. Customers can use this service to prevent call dropouts in locations where BSNL’s network coverage is subpar. Testing revealed that the same service is accessible over the BSNL Landline network as well. It implies that BSNL Landline users may also redirect their audio calls to any number associated with a private operator.

As we previously mentioned, BSNL introduced a “FREE TO HOME” service for its clients across the country of India. For its prepaid and postpaid mobile users, this service offers a free call forwarding feature to BSNL landline lines even when travelling. To learn more about the BSNL Free to Home Service and the Service Activation Process, click here. Calls routed to landline lines inside the LSA will be able to use the facility without paying anything, and this will hold true even while roaming.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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