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BSNL's new plans offering unlimited calls and a Gigabyte of data at just Rs 1.23

State-owned telecom provider BSNL, in an attempt to line up with the changed norms of the telecom industry, has launched three new data plans for its customers. The new plans are priced between Rs 333 to Rs 395 and offer benefits like 3GB of everyday data usage and unlimited calling thus directly competing with the Reliance Jio's latest Dhan Dhana Dhan offer tariffs for 4G data and voice calls. The three new plans of Rs 333 Triple Ace, Rs 349 Dil Khol Ke Bol and the Rs 395 Nehle per Dehla from BSNL, offers excellent value for money proposition with a Gigabyte of data made available for just Rs 1.23

Coming to the details of the Rs 333 Triple Ace plan, it offers unlimited 3G data usage for 90 days up to 3GB per day after which the speed is reduced to 80Kbps. Calculations reveal that the customers get whooping 270GB of high-speed 3G data, amounting to just Rs 1.23 per GB and this makes this offer even better than Reliance Jio's current offering.


With the Rs 349 Dil Khol Ke Bol offer, BSNL customers will be getting unlimited local and STD calls in their home circle and 2GB of 3G data every day after the completion of which they will be migrated to lower 80Kbps speed. The plan will carry a validity of 28 days.

The third plan, Rs 395 Nehle per Dehla will offer 3,000 minutes of calling on BSNL network and 1,800 free minutes on other networks alongside 2GB of 3G data every day after which the users will be migrated to the usual 80Kbps plan. The plan comes with a validity of 71 days.

Point to be noted, though the new plans seem to rival the offering from other telcos, BSNL is offering 3G speed to its users compared to the 4G speeds being offered by Reliance Jio or others operators like Airtel, Idea, and Vodafone. Still, it's a pretty nice deal if you get decent 3G speed from BSNL in your area.

Source: NDTV

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