The government telecom company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) issued an offer of cashback on voice calls to its users some time back. Under this offer, users will be given 6 paise for every 5-minute voice call. At the same time, to further simplify this offer, the company has introduced SMS service to get cashback.
BSNL says that this SMS service has launched to make cashback benefits easier for users. This will encourage users to take cashback benefits. After this new update, BSNL users will have to send 9478053334 by writing “ACT 6 paisa” to get cashback. Earlier, users had to make voice calls. This cashback offer will be available to BSNL wireline, broadband, and fiber-to-home (FTTH) subscribers. Offer valid till 31st December only.
Bsnl Offers 6 Paisa Cashback
Let us know that recently the government announced the merging of BSNL and MTNL. It had been a big relief for the employees of these two state-run companies for a long time. This is because for a long time there was news that the government could shut down both the government telecom companies. Government employees were very upset about these speculations. However, after this news came out, the talk of the closure of both companies was proved to be just a rumor.
With this, a budgetary provision of about 4000 crores will be made for the 4G spectrum. The announcement of a merger of BSNL and MTNL, it was said that 38000 crore rupees will be monetized in the next 4 years. At the same time, bonds worth 15 thousand crores will also be issued.
At the same time, the company launched a data special tariff voucher of Rs 998 some time ago. This plan has made available only in Kerala. Talking about the benefits received in the plan, users are getting 2 GB of data every day. Apart from this, the validity of this plan is 210 days. This means users will get a total of 420 GB data during its entire validity.
Users who subscribe to the plan are also being given a personalized ring back tone benefit for the first two months. This plan of BSNL is DATA STV so it does not get free calling or SMS benefit.