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BSNL extends 2GB data per day offer for its prepaid users

By: Rohan Pal, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi Last updated : August 27, 2018 5:52 pm

The company will now offer the complementary data to its prepaid users until September 15. The offer is valid on various unlimited and STV plans. The unlimited plans include Rs 186, Rs 429, Rs 485, Rs 666 and Rs 999.
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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has extended the validity of its 2GB data per day offering, which was introduced in June this year. The company will now offer the complementary data to its prepaid users until September 15.

 

The offer is valid across all the circles where BSNL has its operations, reports TelecomTalk. The offer is valid on various unlimited and STV plans. The unlimited plans include Rs 186, Rs 429, Rs 485, Rs 666 and Rs 999 plan, while the STV plans include Rs 187, Rs 333, Rs 349, Rs 444 and Rs 447.

 

Further, the all the above-mentioned unlimited plans offer 1GB of data per day. With this, users will now get 3GB of data per day. The plans come loaded with unlimited voice calls on any network (local + STD) along with free national roaming. However, these plans will not work in Delhi and Mumbai circles. Similarly, the STV plans offer 1GB of data per day, expect Rs 444 pack that gives you 1.5GB of data per day. This simply means that users will get 3GB of data per day on the STV plans, while the Rs 444 pack will offer 3.5GB of data per day.



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Previously, the company introduced data add-on plans for its postpaid users in India. The first pack is for Rs 240 that offers 3.5GB of 3G data to its users and post the FUP limit is over, the speed will be reduced to 80 Kbps. Next is Rs 340 plan that gives 5.5GB of data and once again after the limit is over you get 80Kbps speed. Apart from this, the brand has Rs 666, Rs 901and Rs 1711 add-on packs that offer unlimited data once the limit is exhausted. Coming to limited data add-on packs, users get Rs 50, Rs 75, Rs 170 and Rs 225 pack. Once the limit is exhausted users will have to pay 1 paise per 10KB.


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