By Nikita Singh
It’s a common thought that arises in everyone’s mind when we are in showroom buying a mobile phone. The entire showroom allows you access to a dummy piece, which is not very helpful when you want to buy a phone. So how does one find out?
It is pretty sad that we just get to play with dummy handsets while the same companies allow 30 days return in developed nations. Agreed, they usually have to enter contracts in those scenarios. In such case we just wait for someone to buy the product after it is available in the digital arena.
Often we look for online reviews that give brief idea about the interface. But many people are apathetic towards the quality of receptions. But this is required as any mobile phone nowadays does not have many problems with it. The problem is that unfortunately most people seem to buy mobile more on the look factor than it’s features and due to this dummies suffice.
Coverage, Cost and Clarity help judge best the extent of quality of any mobile service. BSNL – can be said that it has the 3C’s in picture with BSNL postpaid mobile plans – Cellone. Activation charges of Rs.216/- and a compulsory security deposits are required to get a Cellone connection. An initial registration fee of Rs.500/- is also charged which is adjusted along with the first bill.
For ISD Rs.3000/-, for STD Rs.2000/- and for local connection Rs.1000/- are charged initially as security deposits. This may be increased depending on call pattern or default in payment.
Currently, Cellone is available with 3 plans: Plan-225, Plan-325 and Plan-525. All these plans have a monthly rental of Rs.225. Rs. 100 and Rs. 300. The plan charges for Plan-325 and Plan-525. Plan-525 has lower call charges than Plan-325.
If you are already a BSNL subscriber, you will not have to deposit any security fee. If equipped with Plan-325 and 525 along with roaming facility, one will not have to deposit any security deposit or monthly rental. Some other free facilities like Voice Mail Recording and receiving, CLIP, call waiting and call holding are available along with the plan. Latest SMS alerts for the missed calls are also available.
Along with the best buy of handsets it’s vital that we go for better plans and save on our mobile bills. Yourbillbuddy is the website that you can refer to and choose the most apt plan. Compare between numerous plans and offers and take the best out of it.
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