Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has announced a new plan to take on other telecom operators like Reliance Jio, Vodafone and Bharti Airtel. The company has revealed a new ‘Holi Dhamaka’ Rs 399 postpaid plan for its users in the country.
The new plan is applicable for both new and existing customers of BSNL from March 1.
Under this offer, BSNL customers will get 30GB of data for one billing cycle with no daily caps. Further, customers will get unlimited voice calls on local and STD to any network.
Earlier, CMD Anupam Shrivastava on Twitter announced the company’s plans to launch an unlimited calling plan at Rs 399. In a reply to a user on Twitter, he tweeted “#TalkToBSNLCMD We are soon launching a plan in postpaid with unlimited calling @ Rs. 399,”.
This plan directly competes with Rs 399 plan of Airtel and Vodafone offering 20GB of data, unlimited local, STD and incoming roaming calls for the billing cycle. On the other hand, Idea offers 20GB data, unlimited local, national and roaming calls for Rs 389. Jio has a plan of Rs 409 offering 30GB with no daily caps and unlimited local, STD and roaming calls.
BSNL recently launched a new Rs 448 recharge pack for its users in the country. Under this offer, BSNL customers will get 1GB of data per day and the plan comes with a validity of 84 days, thus making a grand total of 84GB data. Further, customers will get unlimited voice calls on local and STD network along with national roaming. Apart from this, users will get 100 SMS per day and users will get free access to personalised ring back tone as well.
Previously, BSNL introduced Rs 99 and Rs 319 plans in the Calcutta circle. Starting with the Rs 99 plan, BSNL users will get unlimited voice calls on the local and STD network along with free national roaming. The pack comes with a validity of 28 days.
Coming to the Rs 319, the pack offers above-mentioned benefits and it comes with a validity of 90 days. Further, it is important to note that users will be charged Rs 60 paise per minute when making a local and STD call in Mumbai and Delhi.