Now Recharge BSNL Mobiles Online!

bsnl Just a couple of hours ago, BSNL has announced the launch of a new service, wherein, Prepaid mobile users can easily recharge their mobiles online using their net banking account or credit cards.

Though, there were already online services for paying postpaid bills, but the ability to recharge prepaid mobiles online is an innovative offering by BSNL.

For recharging your mobiles just head over to this page, and create an user id. Once you have access to login to BSNL portal, you can recharge your mobiles online at any point of time.

Quick highlight:

  • BSNL customer can recharge Prepaid mobiles online by logging into BSNL Portal
  • Mobiles can be recharged either with recharge vouchers or top up cards
  • Customer needs to use net banking a/c or credit cards to pay for the recharge
  • Customer will receive an SMS confirmation once the recharge has been done.

Link: BSNL Online Recharge

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Celebrate Women’s Day with BSNL SMS Booster Plans!

bsnl BSNL has recently announced the launch of a special SMS booster plan for its customers using which one can send unlimited SMS to National and Local mobiles for just 10 paisa.

Initially a customer need to recharge their BSNL mobile with Rs. 50 worth SMS booster pack and then, as said earlier, they can send as much SMS to any number (mobile) or any network across the county for just 10 paisa for one full month.

So BSNL customers what are you waiting for? Just recharge your mobile with this SMS Booster plan and celebrate women’s day with joy!! 🙂

Happy Women’s Day!!

Link: Official Release

BSNL 3G SIM Cards to be issued in April 2009

I just went to the local BSNL Mobile Counter and enquired about the availability of 3G SIM Cards..

I was a bit sad to hear when the person at the counter told me that , they are expecting the cards by April 20th 2009.

That’s nearly 2 months away from now

We have see the service beeing demoed by the ministers .. when will the common man get it ?

Please bring out the service soon guys ..

Japan is already using 4G and thinking of improving it ..

BSNL 3G Tariffs / Plans Unleashed

Well BSNL Launched 3G Services in Chennai yesterday.

Now BSNL has announced the 3G Tariffs and plans .

The good news is that it will be available both on Prepaid and PostPaid.

You have to purchase a new 3G SIM card for Rs.300 and the website says that migration from 2G to 3G would not be possible.

We are not sure if it means just getting a new SIM card or getting a new number as well. Its most likely that it would be just the SIM.

Just in case if your wondering what kinds of speeds are possible on 3G

2.1 Tariff for 3G mobile service

2.2.4 Initial SIM Charges for both postpaid and prepaid service:

Particulars

Amount

Cost of SIM (Inclusive of Service Tax) in Rs.

300

Talk Value in Rs.

NIL

Initial Validity in days

7

Migration from 2-G to 3-G

Not feasible at present

Applicable to

Voice & Data plan

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BSNL to launch CDMA services

By mid-2008, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, BSNL, will offer CDMA services to mobile users across the country.

The application rendered by BSNL for a full-fledged CDMA mobility license has been approved. Since BSNL is State-owned, it was exempted from shelling out Rs 1,651-crores entry fee, performance bank guarantee fee etc for the CDMA license.

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“The initial investment for this project will be approximately $500 million,” said BSNL CMD, Kuldeep Goyal.

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BSNL to launch sub 1000 rupee handsets under BSNL phones banner

BSNL aims to capture the low price market by launching handsets priced at Rs.1000 and below.

It is in talks with Taiwanese and Chinese handset manufacturers for rolling out the sub-Rs 1,000 handset, which will be offered on the GSM platform.

The telco will sell the mobiles under the ‘BSNL phones’ banner.Sources say that the mobiles will be based on single-chip technology. The SIM card will be non-removable and the mobile will remain on the BSNL network only. BSNL is not targeting the top-end market very aggressively. BSNL sees a low-cost handset a key to increase the market share.

It even expects a reasonable return of 12-14%.

Currently, the cheapest handset in India is monophonic and monochromic (black and white). It is on the GSM platform and is priced at Rs 1700. It offers only basic features. The cheapest CDMA handset is available for Rs 1,999.

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