The state-run telecom operator BSNL is known for launching special STV’s on festivals and important days. Continuing its tradition, the BSNL launched a new combo STV 269 for its esteemed prepaid subscribers.
To mark the 70th Republic Day, the Government-owned telecom company has got a combo STV ₹269 that packs a talk time of 2600 minutes, 260 SMS, and 2.6GB data with a validity of 26 days.
As per the reports, the newly launched STV 269 has got a PAN India approval and will be available during 26th – 31st January. Though the plan is nothing great in terms of the offer but one can surely take advantage of it.
Taking a cue of Corporate Social Responsibility on this National Voter’s Day, the BSNL has urged the young voters to take part in the electoral process.
Back to business, the BSNL has recently enhanced the customer experience by launching many customer-centric schemes that made the private operators follow it. One of them is the announcement of no more blackout days. The new year 2019 allows the BSNL subscribers to use voice and data seamlessly without any blackout day restrictions.
Unveiling of BharatFibre:
The latest telecom news to hit the industry is the launch of BharatFibre brand. This is touted to be the next generation FTTH broadband connection. On 19th January 2019, the BSNL unveiled the BharatFibre FTTH brand at Chandigarh.
Similarly, the BSBL became the first Telecom Service Provider to introduce data connectivity through SMS. Through an agreement with Be Bound Tech (a French company), the BSNL will keep Android apps get connected even when there’s no internet. Utilization of Apps without any break is ensured by this feature.
Till date, mobile users send messages from their main account. The new feature enables the user to send the same messages with the help of data. However, the benefit is limited to 100 SMS per day. Definitely, this is a BIG number for users unless it is used for commercial purpose.
What’s Your Opinion?
Hope the new plans and features unveiled by BSNL maximize the customer experience and makes the telco a front runner is bridging the digital India gap.