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Now, unlimited free local calling at night for MTNL users from May 1


New Delhi, May 1: After the national roaming charges being slashed by the telecom opeartors, there is yet another good news for the MTNL users.

State-run telecom operator MTNL has introduced unlimited free local calling at night for its landline and broadband customers to any network. This will be effective from May 1.

Now, unlimited free local calling at night for MTNL users from May 1.
"MTNL has decided to introduce unlimited free local calling for its landline and broadband customers (Combo) between 2200 HRS to 0700 HRS to any network.

The free unlimited calling facility is also available for Delhi MTNL landline customers to any network to Mumbai and vice versa during the same hours," it said in a statement.

Also read: BSNL to allow unlimited free calling at night

"It will be implemented with effect from May 1, 2015. These is aimed at providing greater value proposition to its esteemed customer," MTNL said.

According to data from telecom regulator Trai, MTNL had 11.4 lakhs wired Broadband service subscribers as of February this year.

Also read: Good news for mobile users! Now pay less for roaming; call costs cut by upto 40%, SMS by 75%

India's telephone (wireline) subscriber base stood at 2.67 crore at the end of February 2015 of which MTNL accounts for over 35 lakh subscribers.

The STD call charges have also been made local by making call charges rate at 180 sec/pulse, it added.

OneIndia News

(With inputs from agencies)

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