Wednesday 31 January 2018

The telecom company will shut down its free calling service from February 1

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The telecom company will shut down its free calling service from February 1
If you are a landline service provider of the government telecom company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), it is bad news for you. BSNL has decided to discontinue its free-calling facility on Sunday from February for its landline customers. The company cut the free call service given earlier this night before this decision. Free call calling was started by BSNL on August 21, 2016, and free calling on Sunday.
Unlimited Internet access at only 1 rupee:
There is a competition between the remaining telecom companies to counter Geo, and in order to provide the lowest data plan between them, BSNL will get only Rs. Introduced a plan to provide data in 1. The company has tied up with the Canadian company Datawind, which has built mobile and tablet for this. BSNL has asked to provide an unlimited data plan for only one rupee per day from the third week of February. If this plan is launched then Geo, Airtel, Idea and Vodafone can take a huge tweak.
Agreement with BSN:
Canada’s Datavind company is going to partner with BSNL, in which the users will be given internet at only 1 rupee. That is, the users can enjoy unlimited data just by spending 30 rupees. The launch of this plan will result in more competition in the internet plan.
Together with the company, Datawind will be able to bring this plan to the general public. For this, the BSNL users will have to install an app made by Detewind in the smartphone. This is a company’s patented app, after which users can use unlimited data.