BSNL has given a shock of 440W to the users! This big change has been made in 14 prepaid plans, see what has changed

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Prepaid Plans Tarrif Hike: Telecom companies have started increasing the tariff plans. If seen, this tariff hike was indirect till now. Because the price of the tariffs was the same as before but the benefits were less. Airtel and Vodafone Idea (Vi) have also discontinued their Rs 49 prepaid plans and now their base tariff plans start at Rs 79. At the same time, now the government telecom company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited () has also revised its prepaid plans. This change is expected to be implemented within 10 days from September 2 in all telecom circles.

BSNL is offering its 14 tariff plans i.e. Rs 153, Rs 199, Rs 197, Rs 397, Rs 399, Rs 485, Rs 666, Rs 699, Rs 999, Rs 997, Rs 1499, Rs 1999 and Rs 2399 and Rs 249 for first recharge coupons. will revise. The changes in the tariff include voice calls, video calls, SMS charges, data charges, voice charges and inter circle roaming charges for SMS-data services with Vodafone in Delhi.

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No changes will be made regarding the freebies or their validity in all the plans that are being changed. The change in tariff will be applicable only on the base tariff. This means that the charge that will be charged after the end of the call / SMS / data limit given in the prepaid plan has been changed. Not only this, BSNL company has also made changes for outgoing SMS facility. In this the minimum recharge has been changed. This will be implemented for all existing and new prepaid mobile users across India.

This change was first noticed by Kerala Telecom. As per the new change, outgoing SMS facility for charging shortcodes will be allowed only with prepaid vouchers whose value is Rs 147 and above. In addition, existing customers of the Rs 997 plan will be migrated from the per minute tariff plan to the new second pulse tariff. BSNL company is going to launch new promotional plans from today to encourage users in the grace period for active users. The company will only allow incoming SMS service to prepaid mobile users in North Zone and West Zone.

At the same time, BSNL Company will also stop incoming SMS facility for users of all expired prepaid mobile plans in East Zone and South Zone. In addition, North Zone and West Zone will be allowed incoming SMS facility on promotional basis with a grace period of two customers for 60 days.

[Attribution to NBT]

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