BSNL to offer 10% discount to Government employees for Landline, Broadband, and FTTH services from 1st February 2021

The discount will be available to Government employees from 1st February 2021.

Avatar of Basil Kannagi Arasu

By Basil Kannagi Arasu

Less than a minute read


Share article:

Follow us
BSNL FTTH Govt 2021

State-owned telecom service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is all set to offer a 10 percent discount to Government employees for using its landline, broadband, and FTTH services. The move has been announced by BSNL Kolkata in a tweet on Twitter. The discount will be available to Government employees from 1st February 2021.

BSNL has reviewed the existing 5 percent discount scheme to Government employees and increased the ceiling from the existing 5 percent to 10 percent for the serving and retired central Government/State Government/ PSU employees (existing and new) customers under landline, ADSL broadband, and FTTH broadband services.

The revised discount scheme will be available in all circles next month onwards with all circles advised to promote the scheme beforehand along with regulatory compliances. BSNL has kept the other terms and conditions of the promotional scheme unchanged.

DoT had last year also directed all ministries and departments to mandatorily utilize the services of BSNL and MTNL for broadband, landline, and leased line requirements.

Share article:

Follow us
Avatar of Basil Kannagi Arasu

Basil Kannagi Arasu

News Reporter

1659 articles published
Basil keeps an eye on the latest happenings in the Telecom sector. You can find him streaming the Premier League, which he started watching in 2013, in his free time.

Related articles

Visit our forums

Join the discussions with thousands of active members who share the same interests as you and learn something new…

Forum replies (2)Comments (0)

Loading new replies...

Yet, another free perk for government employees.

Reply 1 Like

They used to offer 20% Discount on broadband about 14-15 years back. Then reduced it to 10% and few years back to 5%.

Reply Like

Leave a Comment