BSNL is offering unlimited free audio/video calling for one year at Rs 1,099
GN Bureau | July 17, 2018
State-run BSNL has unveiled internet telephony (VOIP) service named Wings on July 4. This service, using mobile numbering scheme, is being provided using IP based access network.
To use the service, a customer needs to install a SIP client (soft app) on his smart device which will act as SIP phone to make and receive calls from anywhere in India and abroad with any party (landline/mobile). The subscriber uses its parent IP Multimedia Core Network Subsystem (IMS) core and IP access network of any location for the voice service through BSNL Wings.
BSNL is offering unlimited free audio/video calling for one year at one time activation which is being offered at Rs 1,099.
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