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BSNL Free Voice Plans for 3 months at Rs 439 and Rs 149 for 1 month

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has introduced an offer for their users. They are going to provide free voice calls up to 3 months at Rs 439. With the effect of Reliance jio, it has introduced this BSNL free Voice plans.

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BSNL CMD Anupam Shrivastava said “This offer is also available at one month plan, but users have to pay Rs 149 for free voice calls. This promotional offer is applicable from January 24th, all new customers and users of other operators can join into the BSNL under number portability.

He also said customers are coming forward to get our service which has helped us to increase our market share by 1% since March 2015 even in the hyper-competitive telecom services market.

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As per the policy calls which are connected to other network are only permitted for only half an hour, and consumers can purchase the plan from channel partners, retail distributors and customer service centers across the country.

BSNL is an Indian state-owned telecommunication which headquarters are located in New Delhi. It has established in the year 2000, from that year onwards it is providing services to their customers. At present Anupam Shrivastava is the chairman of the organization. They are providing best network service to their users.

In the past also they have launched many beneficial offers for their customers. Now it is coming with complete free offer up to three months. After taking the plan of 439, the company will provide free voice calls for 3 months. By taking the plan of Rs 149, free calls will provide for one month. Soon more BSNL free voice plans are going to introduced.

BSNL Unlimited Free Calls on Sundays will effect from 21 August

BSNL Unlimited Free Calls Offer on Every Sunday from Independence Day

BSNL Unlimited Free Calls: Landline customers of government owned BSNL can make a free unlimited call to any network on Sundays.

“BSNL(Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited)  customers will be able to make unlimited free voice calling from the BSNL landline to any mobile and landline network in the country on August 15, and after that every Sunday,” said telecom minister Manoj Sinha.

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According to sources the details of free calling plans will be released on August 15th. Currently, BSNL is offering free unlimited night calling to any network in the country between, 9 PM to 7 AM.

This service will be available for all BSNL landline customers, besides existing free calling scheme during night. “For new customers, we are now providing fixed line connection for a monthly rental starting at Rs 49 for the first six months. After that, the consumer can shift to plan of his/her choice. The lowest monthly rental is Rs 99,” said BSNL chairperson Anupam Shrivastava.

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 “These new schemes will let people experience modern facilities that are now available on BSNL landline network, like call forward to mobile phones, etc.,” he added.

This move by BSNl is mainly to increase landline customers of the state-run company there by reducing the mobile bills. More over BSNL has the advantage of a user-friendly network for people of all age groups.

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The fixed line phones will be instrumental in proliferation of good quality broadband service which is an essential element of Digital India. “BSNL free calling scheme will pave the way for expansion of broadband services in the country as well through fixed line connection” said an official from BSNL.

BSNL offers value-added services, such as Free Phone Service (FPH), India Telephone Card (Prepaid card) etc. Presently BSNL has around 14.35 million customers with around 57% market share. BSNL has extended the unlimited free calling plan to Independence Day as well.

Facebook Plans Commercial launch of its new Express WIFI in India

Social network giant Facebook launches its Express WIFI internet service in India. Targeting rural areas, Facebook initially started the program Express WIFI This new program serves users of under served locations to avail paid data from local internet service providers. A pilot version of the program currently releases 125 WIFI hotspots in the country partnering with state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited.

Facebook provides software for entrepreneurs and local ISPs to provide Internet service in rural areas. This helps local entrepreneurs to make steady income by providing a quality of internet service to their neighbors.

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After U.S in the first place, India stood as second largest market for Facebook with a majority of 133 million users via mobile. The company is planning to start its global internet-serving ambitions from India. The main problem persists with the lack of country’s adoptive nature for the social network’s advances.

Earlier in January, Facebook suffered a huge setback with Free Basics which offers free mobile internet access for selected websites. Government noted net neutrality principles as a decisive factor in its ruining and was banned by India’s telecom regulator.

“While we’re disappointed with the decision, I want to personally communicate that we are committed to keep working to break down barriers to connectivity in India, We will keep working until everyone has access to the Internet.” stated Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the time.

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Facebook is hoping that the users who first encounter the web via FB initiative would be likely to become users of the social network- rather than a competitor.”In emerging economies, Facebook is pursuing an intervention strategy to increase the pace of internet and online usage because this will also raise the addressable market for Facebook,” says Ian Fogg, an analyst at IHS Technology.