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BSNL Freedom Offer – Unlimited 24hr Free Calling on Sunday

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BSNL introduced free unlimited calls to any number on sundays. BSNL Freedom offer let you to make 24 hrs free calling to any network on sundays without any additional cost.

BSNL, India’s one of the best telecom service and country’s largest landline service provider introduced a new offer to all its Landline customers, BSNL Freedom Offer. Through this offer, all the BSNL landline customers in the country can enjoy unlimited free calls to any network on Sundays without any additional cost. As per the report, the company introduced this new offer as a part of the Independence Day celebration and the offer will come in to existence from August 15th 2016 onward.

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Since 15th is Monday, effectively users can enjoy this offer from August 21st onward. From then all the BSNL Landline users can enjoy 24hrs unlimited calls to any number. BSNL introduced this attractive offer to keep the existing customers from going out as well as to attract new customers too. They already have free night calling offer for all their landline customers in which users can enjoy free calling to all networks from 9PM to 7AM.

Its sure that the company will get more customers with the introduction of the new offer.

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