BSNL Launches "One India'"

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  1. mohit

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    BSNL AND MTNL LAUNCH "ONE INDIA PLAN" FROM 1st MARCH, 2006.

    BOTH THREE MINUTES LOCAL AND ONE MINUTE STD CALLS TO COST RS. 1.00


    Keeping in view its commitment to provide low cost and affordable telephone services to the common man of India, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) have launched "One India Plan" with effect from 01.03.2006. This will be one of the most affordable, customer friendly and innovative schemes from both local and long distance calls. Thiru. Dayanidhi Maran, Hon'ble Minister of Communications and Information Technology had originally mooted the idea of "One India" scheme, with a view to connecting India at an affordable tariff throughout the length and breadth of the country. In consonance with his vision, the new Plan will enable the customers of BSNL and MTNL to call from one end of the India to other, either from Kashmir to Kanyakumari or from Dwarka to Dimapur at the cost of Re. 1.00 per minute, 24X7 any time of the day to any phone. This will truly mark the death of distance and STD.


    Under the new Scheme, the customer will be able to call any place in India either by landline or mobile by merely spending Rs.1 per minute. The "One India" plan, also, for the first time, takes away the distinction between the fixed line tariff and the cellular tariff and thus, makes the tariff "technology independent". A similar plan has also been introduced for the customers of post paid and pre-paid mobile services of BSNL and MTNL.


    more details HERE

    and complete tariff for cellular, wll and fixed telephones is HERE
     
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    the most important sub-detail of this plan is rs.299 per month rental,and for free-calls...
    Quite similar to Rs.999 plan from private companies...
     
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    i kinda ggoooofff up
     
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    why have you copied legend killers post ?? Or is it Legend killer himself with another id ?? What are you trying to do dude ??
     
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    gimme a break,mohit,he edited it..
     
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    hi mohit,
    this topic is already posted in "in general " section
     
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    i will stick to bsnl general plan.. rs 180 rental nd 50 free calls. ia ma happy with it
     
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    hey can some1 tell weather the calls to internet dial up nos. like 17xxxx remains unaffected or they also have been reduced due to OneIndia
     
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    hey can some1 tell weather the calls to internet dial up nos. like 17xxxx remains unaffected or they also have been reduced due to OneIndia
     
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