New Delhi: In an effort to upgrade its landline business, the country’s largest telecom operator Bharti Airtel will be launching unlimited voice calling schemes for its broadband customers. The company will launch two plans offering unlimited local calls for Rs 49 per month and unlimited local and STD calls for Rs 99 per month.
“In an industry first, it will announce that its broadband customers can enjoy free voice calls to any network in the country 24×7,” the company said.
State-run BSNL has also announced free voice calling from landline phones during night hours starting from May 1. At present, the telecom service provides fixed line telephone and broadband services for homes as well as offices in 87 cities across the nation.