BSNL Offers New Prepaid Recharge For Rs 118. Details Here

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BSNL Offers New Prepaid Recharge For Rs 118. Details Here

Now, the telco has launched yet another prepaid plan to take on Reliance Jio's Rs 98 plan. The validity of this plan is for 28 days. This new plan also provides the users' access to free PRBT tune. Right after the activation of this STV, the default BSNL Signature tune will be activated on free of cost.

In a bid to take on the cutthroat competition from Jio, Idea, and Airtel had announced their recharge plans with similar offers and prices alike. BSNL also has a plan worth Rs 99 plan which comes with a validity of 26 days and offers unlimited voice calls (Local/STD and roaming) to prepaid subscribers. For any other PRBT tune, BSNL will charge according to the customization user asks for. This plan is available in many circles like Kolkata, Tamil Nadu, Chennai and so on. However, Jio is also offering 300 SMS as well, which is an added advantage. Every telecom operator has come up with voice and data packs at lucrative prices to lure subscribers. Airtel also started offering one GB data a day for 28 days with Rs. 149 recharge pack for its dedicated data users.

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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.

In addition to the voice calling benefit, users get 1GB data for the validity of the plan that is 28 days. Identical to the Airtel and some other "unlimited" plans, the voice calls in the pack are limited to 250 minutes per day and 1,000 minutes per week. The biggest reason why Jio's plan trumps BSNL's offer is the 4G internet connection by the former and 3G browsing and downloads by the latter. However, the new broadband plan benefits have only been launched in the Kerala circle for now.

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