BSNL Diwali Offers

One of the largest Telecom operators in the world, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited in short known as BSNL has announced some festival offers.

BSNL remains as the sole player in its own range of offers and tariffs. This is the state owned organization. Hence, it does not indulge in the normal open and private competitors marketing tactics.

Almost every year BSNL announced some offers for its users in this season which will be limited till 31st December of every year. Based on the recharge values, the offers differ. Now, the telecom operator has announced an extra bonus of 10% on some of the recharge vouchers.

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Customer Manager Director of BSNL R K Mittal announced that the company is offering attractive plans and schemes from time-to-time. BSNL is also seeking customer’s valuable suggestions and support.

Coming back to the offers that are offered now by BSNL include Special Tariff Vouchers (STVs) of STV-159, STV-201, STV-359, and STV-449. The new offers are applicable between 15th October 2016 to 31st October 2016 only. These offer are valid across India.

Based on telecom circles smaller denominations promotional vouchers such as Rs. 13, Rs. 14, Rs. 15, Rs. 77 and Rs. 177 are also announced for data users. The offer will last till 31st Dec 2016.

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India eventually announced that it is focusing on infra structure development along with customer services improvement. As a part of the decision taken, BSNL is joining the virtual network operators (VNOs).

Such collaborations are beneficiary for the customers as the tariffs will be lowered and the services are improvised. Mobile broadband capacity will be hiked up to two-fold 600 terabytes per month.

Diwali offers and the year ending offers are often announced by BSNL for the past few years. The mobile and landline offers are also available but they are not included in the statement issued now.

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