Alongside the aforementioned FRCs, a bunch of ordinary plan vouchers have additionally been mapped to the brand new PVs. They embody PV153, PV186, PV365, PV429, PV485, PV666, PV999, PV1699, PV1999 and PV2399. All of the above will now be mapped to PV94, mentioned BSNL Chennai. The modifications are efficient from right now.
BSNL had launched the Rs. 94 and Rs. 95 plan vouchers earlier this month. While the previous is a ‘per minute’ plan, the latter has a 1-second pulse charge. They are named ‘Advanced per Minute’ plan and ‘Advanced per Second’ plan, respectively. Both include 100 minutes of voice calling and 3GB of high-speed knowledge for 90 days.
The voice calling profit is out there for native, nationwide and roaming calls in all BSNL circles, in addition to on the MTNL community in Delhi and Mumbai. After exhausting the allotted quantity of free calls, BSNL expenses Rs. 1 per minute for native calls and Rs. 1.30 per minute for long-distance calls on PV94. On the Rs. 95 plan, BSNL expenses Rs. 0.02 per second on native calls and Rs 0.024 per second for long-distance.