State-owned telecom service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has withdrawn PRBT bundling with all vouchers with denominations of less than Rs 100. BSNL Chennai made the announcement on Twitter.
The withdrawal of PRBT bundling involves STV 75, STV 94, and STV 99, priced less than Rs 100. The withdrawal is effective 1st August 2022 under GSM prepaid mobile services in Chennai Telephones (including TN Circle).
“It is hereby conveyed that PRBT bundled with all vouchers with denomination less than Rs.100 i.e., STV-75, STV-94, STV-99 is withdrawn with effect from 01.08.2022 under GSM prepaid mobile services in Chennai Telephones (including TN Circle),” said BSNL Chennai.
In other news, the Cabinet recently approved the revival package of BSNL worth Rs 1.64 lakh crore focusing on infusing fresh capital for upgrading BSNL services, allocating spectrum, de-stressing its balance sheet, and augmenting its fibre network by merging Bharat Broadband Nigam Limited (BBNL) with BSNL.