BSNL Now Offers 3 GB/Day With Rs 339 Monthly Plan, Launches 3 New Sizzling Combo Plans
Buoyed and encouraged by a record 2.95 million new activations in the month of March, pan-India, BSNL has now triggered a new data war, by offering a plan which hardcore Internet users simply cannot refuse.
Revising their Rs 339/month plan, BSNL will now provide 3 GB/day, along with other benefits.
Along with that, BSNL has also launched three new sizzling combo plans, which provides the best of both the worlds – data and voice calling.
Hence, if we speak about the ROI of all plans, available as of now, BSNL has certainly beaten all private players with their economical, and massively data-centric plans.
Rs 339 Plan Revises, Now Get 3 GB/Day
After Jio introduced 1 GB/day data norm under their new Prime powered data plans, BSNL responded by launching Rs 339 monthly plan, which provided 2 GB/day. This was launched in the middle of March this year.
Now, after huge popularity of this plan, wherein 400 TB of data was consumed in a single day, BSNL has decided to revise this plan. From now on, users can get 3 GB/day under the same plan. All other benefits remain the same: Unlimited VoIP based calling, 25 minutes of non-Internet based calls, per day.
2 GB per day plan already triggered record activations for BSNL, as close to 30 lakh new users opted for BSNL, all over the country. Now, with 3 GB/day plan, BSNL can now expect more fireworks and more new users.
Besides, BSNL’s 2GB per day plan also triggered other telcos to launch similar plans. It would be interesting to observe how private telcos will respond to 3GB/day plan now.
Certainly, a era is about to dawn in Indian telecom sector.
Here is a video that talks more about this new BSNL plan
New Combo Plans Launched by BSNL
Additionally, in order to tap a more hardcore Internet users, BSNL has also launched three sizzling combo plans: Dil Khol Ke Bol (STV349), Triple Ace (STV333), and Nehle per Dehla (STV395).
Under Dil Khol Ke Bol plan (somewhat similar to Dhan Dhana Dhan plan by Jio?), users can now get 2 GB/day, along with unlimited local and STD calls only in the home circle.
Triple Ace STV333 plan will give 3 GB/day for 90 days, and is the most economical data plan as of now if compared to any telecom operator.
Nehle per Dehla STV395 plan is offering 3000 BSNL to BSNL free minutes, along with 2 GB/day, and a very interesting offer: 180 minutes of off-the-internet voice calls per month and has a validity of 71 days or 10 weeks. This means users would be charged at 20 paisa/minute, for using off-the-net voice calls.
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