New Delhi: State-run BSNL today announced sops for its subscribers whose validity has expired during the lockdown period from March 22, 2020 and are not able to recharge for the extension of validity.
The service provider in statement said it extended the validity of all such subscribers up to April 20, 2020, free of cost, so that the subscribers continue to receive incoming calls.
In addition to this, BSNL is also giving free talk time of Rs 10 to all such subscribers who reach zero balance during the lockdown period. These facilities are extended to facilitate communication by BSNL mobile subscribers in emergency.
Praveen Kumar Purwar, CMD, BSNL said, “BSNL firmly stands with its subscribers during this crisis period and we request the subscribers to “Go Digital” for recharging their accounts. Several options available for recharge include MyBSNL mobile app, BSNL website and other popular wallet services.”