BSNL Now Offering Amazon Prime Subscription Worth Rs 999 in Postpaid Plans; Know Details

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BSNL users can now get a free subscription of Amazon Prime with postpaid plans ranging from Rs 399 to Rs 999.

State-owned telco BSNL is offering its postpaid subscribers with a free Amazon Prime subscription worth Rs 999 at no extra cost. Subscribers opting for postpaid plans at Rs 399 and above will be eligible for the subscription. Other than this offer, BSNL broadband users with plans above Rs 745 can also avail of the Amazon Prime subscription for free. Considering the ongoing lockdown period and added demand for OTT platforms, these plans can come in handy for its users.BSNL Amazon Prime

BSNL postpaid users can get a free subscription of Amazon Prime in plans ranging from Rs 399 to Rs 999. This includes postpaid plans of Rs 399, Rs 401, Rs 499, Rs 525, Rs 725, Rs 798, Rs 799, Rs 1,125 and Rs 1,525. Apart from this, it is available in select circles with plans of Rs 499 and Rs 798 in service. These circles include Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

How to Claim Amazon Subscription in BSNL

BSNL Postpaid subscribers need to visit on the website of BSNL and fill out the necessary details like your BSNL cell phone number, email ID, circle, and state. You can create an Amazon account by putting in credentials.BSNL Amazon Prime

Users should keep these criteria in mind to get the subscription. In case a postpaid user is going to redeem the subscription, he must note that the user’s plan should be in the “Active” state. Users must note that the offer is not available for existing Amazon Prime users. The offer is not available for service numbers.

Having said this, recently, the company has increased the validity of the plans during the lockdown to 5 May for the convenience of its users. Its benefit will be given to those users whose plan validity is going to end in the middle of lockdown. Such users will be able to use incoming calls even after the validity is over. In addition, the company has also issued a toll-free helpline number.

Lingraj Sahu
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