Now, the state-run telecom operator has a new plan to take on Reliance Jio and others. The plan comes with 28 day validity period. Additionally, BSNL is also offering free caller tune by default with this plan.
Reliance Jio already offers users Rs 98 prepaid plan which gives unlimited local and STD calls and national roaming for free along with 2GB data for 28 days; users also get 300 free SMS free of cost.
The plan offers unlimited voice calls-local, STD and national roaming across the country. The BSNL signature tune gets activated automatically for free, once the recharge is done. However, if a user want to opt other ringtone, they will have to pay a nominal fee. The Jio pack offers additional benefits of a free subscription to Jio apps. Many other telcos like Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular have learned the ways of RJio offers, but to a government-owned company like BSNL, it had to think big something out of the box.More news: Turkish banker in Iran sanctions case faces sentencing
The BSNL Rs. 118 recharge pack is available in several circles including Chennai, Kolkata, and more.
Along with the data benefit, BSNL is also offering 1GB data for the validity period, after the given benefit is exhausted the users will be charged at standard rates.
BSNL is also offering plans like Rs 39, Rs 99, Rs 319 and Rs 349 recharge pack to it's customers.More news: The Windsors Royal Wedding special proves a triumph with viewers
According to telecom talk report, BSNL with Rs 118 plan is offering 1GB data in 3G network for a validity period of 28 days. However, the new broadband plan benefits have only been launched in the Kerala circle for now.
For example, if you are using the Rs. 199 pack that presently offers 1.4GB data per day, you'll no longer need to recharge for a separate pack once you exceed the 1.4GB quota and you will receive data at a speed of 128Kbps after surpassing the daily limit. There is no further information on full-fledged launch across India.More news: Trump lists reimbursement to Michael Cohen; ethics office says disclosure was required