State-run telecom operator BSNL has announced a new “Happy Offer” for its prepaid customers across the country.
BSNL today rolled out Aadhaar-based online verification of mobile connections for non-resident Indians, senior citizens above 70 years and physically challenged persons.
Detel D1 is a single-SIM feature phone that gets a 1.44-inch monochrome display, and it is backed by a 650 mAh battery.
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) is set to launch its 4G services from Kerala next month, followed by Odisha, a top company official said.
BSNL has introduced a festive-season offer, to alow users to experience free data, talktime and SMS, even on Christmas and New Year.
In the feature phone market, Micromax’s Bharat 1 will stand above the rest, including Reliance’s JioPhone, thanks to it being capable of running messaging service WhatsApp.
State-run BSNL said this achievement was a result of the central government’s strategy of setting up a robust mobile communication network in areas affected by the left-wing extremist violence.
BSNL will also give up to 500 per cent more data in all post paid plans starting November 1. The offer will be valid for all post paid plans having fixed monthly charges.
BSNL JAO recruitment admit cards 2017: The exam will be conducted in both English and Hindi and candidates have to score an aggregate of 37 per cent (30 per cent for reserved categories) in order to be considered eligible for the posts.
BSNL, Kerala Circle also came out with a new mobile prepaid ‘Kerala Plan’ at Rs 446.
While BSNL has not been able to match up to the competition in recent times, the state-run operator says it is on a mission to turn around its telecom business.
So, how do Micromax Bharat 1, Karbonn A40 Indian, and JioPhone differ in terms of price, features, and specifications? We find out.
State-owned telecom operator BSNL has launched its first-year 4G VoLTE feature phone in association with Micromax.
BSNL’s Laxmi offer comes on the heels of its Dussehra offer called ‘Vijay’, which gives 50 per cent cashback on recharge of voice STVs.
State-owned BSNL has struck a partnership deal with Indian telecom gearmaker Vihaan Networks (VNL) to deploy emergency mobile network in the event of a natural disaster that will help track those trapped and even identify them with their names.