BSNL prepaid subscribers have to dial USSD code 5117 # to generate a request. After this, a message will appear on the screen, in which the subscribers will be asked to choose the loan amount.
Earlier the limit of this loan was only up to 10 rupees.
Now options of Rs 20, Rs 30, Rs 40 and Rs 50 are also offered
To avail special USSD code has to be dialed
BSNL Talktime Loan
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has reportedly extended the facility of lock time loan up to Rs 50. As the name suggests, BSNL prepaid subscribers will get loan facilities in emergency situations in this offer. Earlier the limit of this loan was limited to only Rs 10, but now, according to the news, this limit has been increased to Rs 50. Customers who are not able to get their recharge due to any reason, the telecom company has introduced this facility, giving relief to those customers. All users will have to dial a special USSD code to avail of this facility.
BSNL Talktime Loan
BSNL prepaid subscribers have to dial USSD code 5117 # to generate a request. After this, a message will appear on the screen, in which the subscribers will be asked to choose the loan amount. Earlier BSNL used to offer credit loans of up to Rs 10 only under this offer, however now four other options have been introduced for customers – Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 30, Rs 40 and Rs 50. Subscribers will have to choose one of these options to get the amount. After this, BSNL will immediately send the selected amount to the subscriber’s account. However, information about how the users will pay the loan amount is not available at the moment. It is believed that on the next recharge of the user, the telecom company will automatically deduct the loan amount. The amount of loan extended by BSNL is first reported by OnlyTech.
It is worth noting that recently, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) announced that the company is expanding the validity of prepaid customers so that users can “receive incoming calls without any hindrance”. The decision was announced to provide relief to BSNL customers facing lockdown due to the Coronavirus epidemic. The company launched a talk time of Rs 10 only for its prepaid customers, whose mobile balance fell to zero during the lockdown.