The State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) announced on Friday the launch of a tariff scheme for the festive season.

It has introduced night packs where the user would be charged 20 paise per minute for local calls and 50 paise per minute for STD calls between 11 pm and 7 am, BSNL said.

Under its GPRS plan, BSNL will provide unlimited data usage for Rs. 230, it added.

It has also launched two SMS packs for Rs. 30 (all local and national messages would be charged at 10 paise) and Rs. 50 (300 local and national SMS free).

“BSNL has launched an aggressive pricing strategy to increase penetration in the country as well as to make its products competitive and value for money in this fiercely competitive market,” BSNL said.

BSNL has also introduced one paise per second pulse (for local calls) and two paise per second pulse (for STD calls) in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Orissa.

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