State-owned telecom service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) will be revising the fixed monthly charges (FMC) of its landline connections effective 1st August 2020. The FMX of six landline plans will be revised with the validity of one landline plan being rationalized.
The FMC of Super Value BSNL CUL is being revised from Rs 129 to Rs 149. The plan offers unlimited calling to the BSNL network with calling up to Rs 100 free on other networks.
The FMC of General FMC 180 Rural is being revised from Rs 180 to Rs 199. The plan offers to call up to Rs 180 to any network. The FMC of Rural All CUL is being revised from Rs 249 to Rs 279. The plan offers unlimited calling to any network.
The FMC of Value All CUL is being revised from Rs 299 to Rs 329. The plan offers unlimited calling to any network. The FMC of BSNL Special Rent 495 Plan is being revised from Rs 495 to Rs 499. Separately, the FMC of Rs 120 landline plan is being bumped up to Rs 150.
The Aseem plan at Rs 99 will now only offer 4 months of validity instead of the earlier 6 month validity. The hike is being intimated by BSNL to its customers through SMS along with scrolls currently live on BSNL Odisha website.
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