:) Full talk-time on Rs.220, Rs.2000, Rs.2200, Rs.2500 & Rs.3000. Extra talk-time on Rs.550 (talktime-575), Rs. 1100 (talktime-1200) , Rs.3300 (talktime-3500) & Rs.5500 (talktime - 6000)


Friday 16 January 2015

AP & Telangana BSNL migrated prepaid numbers to new ALU IN (Alcatel-Lucent Intelligent Network).

New ALU IN USSD service allows STV activation, Plan Change inaddition to balance checking, FnF activation etc..

New USSD self-care Procedure: 

Dial *124# --> Press 
  1. for Balance
  2. for Recharge --> Press 
    1. for Scratch Card Refill
    2. for Third Party Recharge
  3. for STV --> Press
    1. for Bundle(STV) Enquiry
    2. for Bundle(STV) Subscribe --> Press
      1. for GPRS
      2. for Voice
      3. SMS
      4. Roam
      5. Combo
      6. ISD
  4. for FnF --> Press
    1. for FnF Add
    2. for FnF Modify
    3. Bhandam Add
    4. Paramilitary Jodi Add
  5. for Tariff Plan
    1. for Current Tariff Plan
    2. for Tariff Plan Change
  6. to Modify PIN
  7. for Language Selection
  8. to View Last5 Calls
  9. to View Last Call
     0 to exit

Example USSD Services:

To Know Your Mobile Number:

Dial *1#

To Check Balance:

Dial *124*1# or Dial *123#

To Check Data/SMS/Voice STV Validity&Balance:

Dial *124*2#  (or) send STVENQ to 123

Example STV Activation: To Activate Data STV17

Dial *124# --> Press 3 --> Press 2 --> Press 1


srinivas ,  8 July 2011 at 15:47  

good info... thnks.....

ravi 8 July 2011 at 23:47  

thank you, keep visiting.....

Anonymous ,  23 July 2011 at 22:59  

thank you

arunkumar ,  29 July 2011 at 11:50  

i have a huawei e1550 datacard and 2g sim, i am getting only 128kbps down and 64kbps up speed. what could be the problem?

Suresh ,  29 July 2011 at 15:35  

If you have subscribed to 3G services, try changing the network type to WCDMA

Mobile Parter Menu => Tools => Options => Network => NetWork Type => WCDMA Only

Also in the profile set apn name to bsnlnet.

ravi 29 July 2011 at 23:20  

Maximum data transfer rate in 2G (Actually it is 2.5G or EDGE) network is 384kbps. It depends on other factors like signal strength and network congestion etc.., go for 3G if you want good speed. But the cost per MB in 3G is higher compared to 2G.

Anonymous ,  17 August 2011 at 13:26  

useful information............
nice share............
thanks alot

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