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Make unlimited voice calls from BSNL fixed line at Rs.99 only

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has planned to shift its concentration towards users of fixed lines and broadband, an area in which the telecommunications company has the advantage over others. Along with the launch of daily broadband plans, BSNL also announced an affordable landline plan for its subscribers across the country. BSNL's new unlimited free voice calling from fixed line offer announced to its broadband subscribers to take on Airtel. 

BSNL has launched an Rs 99 plan for its landline customers across the country, under which the telecommunications company offers free voice calls within the BSNL network anywhere in India.

The unlimited BSNL Rs 99 fixed line plan will be available for subscribers at rental of Rs.99 per month. Under this plan, customers can make unlimited landline calls to BSNL landlines and BSNL mobile phones anywhere in the country with only Rs.99 payable per month. The company said that, New plan would help families limit spending on telecommunications services and at the same time enjoy an unlimited voice calls with excellent quality and without any interruption.


The telecommunications company also confirmed the availability of the plan in the 27 telecommunications circles of BSNL with immediate effect. This plan will certainly attract many customers and will also increase the number of subscribers to the fixed network of state-owned telecommunications service provider.


Earlier BSNL launched a series of new monthly broadband plans and even presented daily broadband internet plans for consumers. BSNL's broadband plans now only start at Rs 99, providing 1.5 GB of data per day at a speed of 20 Mbps and, after completing the daily FUP limit, the download speed will be reduced to 1 Mbps. BSNL has launched a total of four broadband plans with daily benefits of Rs 99, Rs 199, Rs 299 and Rs 399. In addition, these new broadband plans include free and unlimited voice calls to any network across the country. Therefore, the new fixed plan will be useful for users of a broadband plan that does not offer voice call benefits.

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