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The competent authority has decided to immediately discontinue the landline tariff plan Special (old) with FMC 695 & TV 250 for potential consumers.

BSNL has announced the withdrawal of its existing landline plans, but existing customers may continue.

The largest landline service provider in India, BSNL, has announced the immediate cancellation of two of its existing landline plans, Special (old) with a monthly charge of Rs. 695 and Talk Value Plan TV 250.

According to the most recent information, neither of the aforementioned plans will be accessible for subscription to new consumers. Existing customers may remain on these programs, nevertheless, until further instructions from BSNL authorities.

The responsible authority has decided to immediately discontinue the landline tariff plan Special (old) with FMC 695 & TV 250 for potential consumers, according to an official announcement addressing the withdrawal of landline plans.

This tariff ruling will take effect over the whole country of India immediately. This corresponds to both of these initiatives being discontinued in all BSNL telecom circles. As was previously mentioned, on August 1st, BSNL introduced a new landline plan, the LL 299, with 250 free calls to any network in all circles. In order to increase the number of new telephone and internet subscribers, the PSU has completely eliminated installation expenses for a year across all circles.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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