No ‘Free’ calls on Sundays anymore: BSNL Declares

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), a government-owned telecom agency had announced two different salient offers to gain its market niche` in the month of August 2016. In the wake of stiff competition existing among other telecom companies those days, the pioneer telecom agency – BSNL started providing special offers to sustain its existence in the telecom market.

BSNL stopping Sunday free calls

No ‘Free’ calls on Sundays anymore: BSNL Declares

Now as per the new statement made by BSNL that it is going to withdraw its “Free-bees.” Starting from 1st February 2018; BSNL will not be providing, “unlimited Sunday free voice calling from Landline and Broadband Plans” across India. And a while after this news was revealed to the press by BSNL, another shocking news disappointed the customers of BSNL, i.e.

“No free voice calling timings – the feature that presently exists will change from 9 PM to 7 AM to 10:30 PM to 6 AM.”

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited with a tagline, ‘Freedom Offer’ facilitated its customers with its offers namely ‘unlimited Sunday Free voice calling with its landline/combo/FTTH broadband plans.’

BSNL customers must understand that the just-announced withdrawals are applicable to both new as well as existing customers. BSNL, a while back released a press statement on the same.

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BSNL is presently is the leading broadband service provider in India with over 12 million wired subscribers. The long-known telecom agency that has been providing its services since British regime, gained its reputation as far as the “Connectivity” is concerned. BSNL said that it would start informing the customers very soon about this new change.

BB249 plan, BBG ULD 495 plan of BSNL are most popular plans presently existing. BSNL in it further statement included that BSNL customers must get ready for many new changes those that are yet to be announced. Market analysts say that BSNL has taken this decision in order to meet the expenditure incurred in these free facilities and sought the support of its customers for their revered services.

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