By: Rohan Pal, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : February 14, 2018 3:23 pm
The pack comes with a price tag of Rs 999 and it is applicable across all circles expect Jammu and Kashmir, North East and Assam.
State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has announced a new prepaid plan for its users in India. Dubbed as Maximum plan, the pack comes with a price tag of Rs 999 and it is applicable across all circles expect Jammu and Kashmir, North East and Assam.
Under this offers, BSNL users will get 1GB data per day and once the daily limit is exhausted the net speed will reduce to 40 Kbps. The pack comes with a validity of 365 days. Further, users will get unlimited voice calls on local and STD network for 181 days. However, users will be charged Rs 60 paise per minute when making a local and STD call in Mumbai and Delhi.
The tariff changes from 182 day and users will be charged 60 paise per minute for on-net and off-net calls (local + STD). Apart from this, users will be charged 25 paise per SMS on local and 32 paise per SMS on national.
With this, BSNL joins the league of other telecom operators that are offering similar plans. Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel offer the same plan with unlimited local and STD calls along with national roaming. The packs also give 60GB of data for 90 days.
Meanwhile, the company has finally launched its 4G services in the country with Kerala being the first state to get the service. The company has launched the 4G services in five locations of Idukki district, with more cities to follow.
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