BSNL offers: BSNL will pay you for call and SMS; Everything you need to know

BSNL has a number of new offers to overcome the financial crisis and to stay strong in the highly competitive telecom market. The company also announced a cashback offer. Last month, the company announced an offer of 6 paise cashback for subscribers who make a call every five minutes. Now it has been applied to SMS as well.

BSNL has now announced that it will be offering a 6 paise cashback for every SMS sent by the user. For every SMS you send from your BSNL number, the company will credit your phone with 6 paise. The move is intended to attract customers and retain existing subscribers.


How to get a cashback offer 

To get the BSNL cashback offer, simply type "ACT 6 paisa" in the SMS compose box and send to 9478053334. Once this service is activated, each SMS will start receiving cash back at the rate of 6 paisa. The offer is available on landline, broadband and fibre till 31st December 2019.

The BSNL is going through a number of changes in the telecom sector as part of its efforts to stay strong in the face of competition and competition. The company also provides cashback for SMS and calls. BSNL returns 6 paise every five minutes for users to call. The offer applies to BSNL's wireline, broadband and FTTH customers. Subscriber can get credit the paise as cashback.

BSNL announces free calls to MTNL users. BSNL has three plans with a free call to MTNL number. These plans are priced at Rs 429, Rs 485 and Rs 666 respectively.

The Rs 429 plan also offers free call voice calling benefits on all networks including MTNL and 1GB of data per day for 81 days. The Rs 485 plan offers 90 days of free calls and 1.5 GB of data. While the Rs 666 plan offers free calling and the same data benefits as the Rs 485 plan, the validity comes with 122 days.

BSNL is also preparing to launch 4G services. Government approval has been granted for 4G services. BSNL is continuing its efforts to create the network and services it needs to compete with the country's top private telecom operators. Through these activities, the company hopes to return to its former glory.