BSNL Rs 29 Prepaid Plan Revised to Offer Unlimited Calling
BSNL Rs 29 Prepaid Plan Revised to Offer Unlimited Calling, The Government owned state run telecom service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited or BSNL revised its Rs 29 Prepaid recharge Plan. This festive season BSNL did notlaunched anything special or attractive for its users. However, last month BSNL launched some offers for its both prepaid and postpaid customers.
BSNL STV Rs 29 prepaid recharge plan is the best entry level prepaid plan in the industry, Now the plan valid across all the 20 telecom circles where BSNL is operating and it provides unlimited voice calling without any FUP limit, 1 GB data and 300 SMS benefits for a period of seven days.
Notably, the calling benefit is applicable only in the circles where BSNL has its operations. This prepaid recharge plan goes against Jio Rs 52 prepaid plan which also offers benefits for a week, but BSNL’s plan is cheaper and comes with better benefits.
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Diving into the details, The BSNL Rs 29 prepaid recharge
Earlier, the STV 29 prepaid recharge plan from BSNL offered a user 2 GB daily data, unlimited voice calls in home circle and national roaming, free hello tune with unlimited song change, and 100 SMS per day for seven days or a week.
Talking about more cheaper prepaid recharge plan of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Apart from Rs 29 prepaid recharge plan BSNL also has Rs 9 plan in their tariff portfolio. This plan offers an unlimited user voice calls in the home circle and national roaming calls, excluding Mumbai and Delhi. It also gives a user 100 MB of data and 100 SMS which will be valid for one day. Earlier, this plan comes with 2GB of data, unlimited voice calls and the same 100 SMS benefit with the Rs 9.
Other Private telecom operators such as Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea Limited all are offering weekly plans priced around Rs 50 . As mentioned above, Reliance Jio has Rs 52 prepaid recharge plan which comes with benefits for seven days and offers 150MB data per day, unlimited voice calls to any network located within India and 70 text messages. Furthermore, customers will also get free access to Jio’s premium apps such as JioCinema, JioMusic, JioTV and so on.
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On the other hand, Bharti Airtel has a Rs 59 prepaid recharge plan in their tariff portfolio. In this Plan Bharti Airtel is offering unlimited voice calls without any limit, 100 SMS per day and 1 GB of 2G/ 3G/ 4G data. Also Vodafone Idea Limited has a Rs 47 prepaid recharge plan comes with 500 MB of data, Unlimited Voice calling for a validity period of 28 days. Voice calls are limited to 125 minutes. The Vodafone Rs 47 plan doesn’t compete with BSNL’s Rs 29 prepaid recharge as the validity is 28 days.
Ahead of the festive season, BSNL launched an Entry Level prepaid recharge plan of Rs 78 which delivers 20GB Data and Unlimited Voice Calling. The best part of this plan’s is the availability across the 20 telecom circles where BSNL is operating.
Under this plan, BSNL offers unlimited voice calls without any FUP limit to any network within India a total of 2GB data per day, post which users will get speeds of 80 Kbps. The validity of the plan is ten days, meaning users will be able to enjoy high speed data of up to 20GB.
Also, BSNL is offering the free Amazon Prime Membership with its postpaid plans and broadband plans. Subscribers of the postpaid plan with Rs 399 or more monthly rental will be eligible to redeem their free Amazon Prime Membership.
This offer will also be valid for consumers who are using BSNL broadband plan, and their monthly rental is Rs 745 or above. To redeem this offer, BSNL customers will have to go to the BSNL official website and click on the ‘BSNL Amazon Offer’ banner to receive an One time password and activate the offer on their Amazon account.
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