No Blackout days in 2021 calendar year for BSNL mobile customers

BSNL says No more blackout days for all Prepaid tariff customers in the calendar year 2021 and can enjoy all freebies loaded with Prepaid plans and STVs.

Public Telecommunications company in India - Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), announced that there will be no blackout days will be imposed on prepaid customers for the calendar year 2021 like last year. This applies to all prepaid and postpaid BSNL mobile customers in all telecommunication circles.

Blackout days meaning: BSNL subscribers can enjoy freebies included in plan coupons (PV) or special rate coupons (STV) every day without any restrictions. It means customers don't have to worry about running out of balance while calling or texting during special days / holidays.

No Blackout days in 2021 calendar year for BSNL mobile customers

An official statement announced and published on bsnl official website bsnl.co.in that, BSNL has withdrawn all the blackout days which were imposed earlier on prepaid customers for using freebies on specific days i.e major festivals celebrated across India.

Withdrawal of Blackout Days in calendar year 2021 details: To be competitive in the telecom market with other private telecom service providers in India, the competent authority of bsnl has decided to renounce blackout days for the year 2021 in GSM mobile services.

According to this latest information from bsnl tariff, all BSNL mobile customers will continue to avail all the benefits of plan vouchers / coupons or special tariff vouchers available (Check latest bsnl tariff plans and offers) for internet browsing or chatting or make video calls on social platforms with loved ones and friends without worry on major festivals and celebrations or on any vacation.

Know the History of Blackout Days BSNL in Indian Telecom: Blackout days are nothing but the specific days announced from time to time i.e for the calendar year where prepaid plans user can not avail the freebies when promotional offers or concessional tariff or discounted call tariff or unlimited voice calls may no longer apply. 

Blackout Days began as an attempt by TRAI to reduce network congestion during holidays and public holidays. Typical blackout day lists may include New Year, Diwali, Friendship Day, and New Year. In this connection earlier Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had issued guidelines to all the telecom companies to limit the number of black-out-days to five days per calendar year. 

According to the TRAI Instructions/guidelines, it is mandatory for all telecom companies to inform customers of about blackout-days before the black-out date.

In the era of WhatsApp and other instant messaging apps, blackout days are still relevant because many people in India are still using the traditional messaging service.

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