BSNL withdraws PV-75 & PV-94 and introduces STV-75 & STV-94; introduces promotional offer on PV-699

BSNL introduced STV-75 and STV-94 in place of now withdrawn PV-75 and PV-94. BSNL had additionally introduced a promotional offer on PV-699.

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State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) earlier this week modified its prepaid plan portfolio to make significant changes. The company has withdrawn PV-75 and PV-94 apart from the introduction of STV-75 and STV-94 at their expense. The withdrawal and introduction of respective Plan Vouchers (PVs) and Special Tariff Vouchers (STVs) takes place effective today.

BSNL’s STV-75 will offer 2GB high-speed data, 100 minutes of free voice calling to any network in Home LSA and National Roaming including Mumbai and Delhi. The prepaid plan will charge calls at Rs 30 paise per minute after freebies. The plan comes with tariff validity of 60 days and also offers free PRBT default tunes for the entire plan validity.

BSNL’s STV-94 will offer 3GB high-speed data, 100 minutes of free voice calling to any network in Home LSA and National Roaming including Mumbai and Delhi. The prepaid plan will charge calls at Rs 30 paise per minute after freebies. The plan comes with tariff validity of 90 days and also offers free PRBT default tunes for the entire plan validity.

Additionally, BSNL has introduced a promotional offer on its PV-699 for 90 days starting 1st July 2021.

Under the promotional offer, PV-699 will offer unlimited free voice calling in home and national roaming including MTNL network roaming area of Delhi and Mumbai, 0.5GB high-speed data per day with speed reduced to 80 Kbps after consumption of daily data limit, 100 SMS per day including MTNL area of Mumbai and Delhi, free PRBT for 60 days and tariff validity of 180 days. The above promotional offer will be applicable from 01.07.2021 till 28.09.2021.

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