BSNL Extends Validity of STV 26 Unlimited Voice Calls by 3 Months



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    The state-run telecom company BSNL has extended the validity of STV 26 pack by another three months. The popular STV 26 pack offers unlimited voice calls for 26 hours duration. As per the initial plan, the promotion period has expired on March 31, 2017. However, due to its unprecedented success, BSNL has revamped the validity of promotional offer by another three months.

    Also Read: BSNL Offers Unlimited Voice Calls at ₹26 for 26 Hours Up to 31st March

    To recap, this STV 26 pack offers unlimited voice calling (both local and national) for just ₹26 for a period of 26 hours. The BSNL prepaid subscribers can make unlimited on-net and off-net calls within the home circle. This is a good deal when the user voice calling is limited to a home circle. If the user makes a call outside his home circle, then standard tariff will be applied.

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    BSNL, The Best Among its Peers:

    The unlimited voice calling STV 26 is the best among its peers. When you compare the offering with Vodafone SuperHour, BSNL offers unlimited calling at just 1 per hour. However, Vodafone is charging 7 per hour with the same benefit but free calls across India.

    Other Interesting Plans from BSNL:

    Similarly, BSNL is offering 10GB data per day with its ₹249 in Broadband sector. In the case of ₹339 plan, BSNL is offering 2GB data per day along with unlimited on-net voice calls and 25 min off-net calls per day in response to Airtel’s 349 plan. In response to Jio freebies, the telecom companies are finding it hard to retain their subscribers and offering huge discounts that are eventually denting their profits.

    In a statement released, the state-run telecom company has specified that none has ported to Jio from BSNL. Do you think is it worth porting to Reliance Jio from BSNL? Please share your thoughts.

    Must Read: Reliance Jio Offers Summer Surprise, Extends Prime Enrollment till April 15



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