BSNL Rs 365 prepaid Annual prepaid plan comes with a validity of 365 days.
If you want to get rid of the hassle of every month’s recharge, then we have brought you a special pre-paid recharge plan of BSNL, which comes with full one-month validity. This plan offers many benefits including unlimited calling with daily 2GB data. Simply put, BSNL’s Rs 365 recharge plan comes with a validity of 365 days i.e. one year. This recharge plan will cost just one rupee per day.
BSNL prepaid recharge plan of Rs 365 offers an unlimited voice calling facility. This plan comes with a combo recharge pack, under which 250 minutes will be given daily for the first 60 days till January 10. Now, this limit has been removed. That is, all BSNL plans offer unlimited voice calls across the country without a FUP limit. Daily 2GB data is offered on this plan. But after 2GB of data is over, the speed will be reduced to 80kbps. This plan provides 100SMS daily.
Having said this, the prepaid recharge plan of the company comes with an annual validity of Rs 365 is the cheapest recharge plan offered by any telecom company. Jio’s annual prepaid recharge plan comes to Rs 1,299, while Airtel’s annual recharge plan comes to Rs 1,498. BSNL’s 365-year prepaid plan is available in all circles across the country. There are many other recharge plans with a validity of 365 days from the telecom company, which come at a price of Rs 1,499. Unlimited voice calling, 24GB data is available on any network in this plan. In this plan, 100 SMS are also available every day for free. Both the 365 and Rs 1,499 annual plans are available in all circles across the country.
This plan is available in Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Kolkata, West Bengal, North East, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Chennai, UP East and UP West.
BSNL-Ghar Wapasi Postpaid Plan According to Zee Busines, under this plan, BSNL is offering 70 GB of data every month to customers. Also, under the rollover facility, 210 GB of data can be availed. Apart from this, BSNL is also offering a postpaid plan of Rs 525 for users, under which customers will get 85 GB of data.
Last year, the government telecom company has raised Rs 8,500 crore through sovereign guarantee bonds to use for network expansion and operational expenses. Moreover, the central government has mandated that all ministries, government departments, and Public Sector Units (PSUs) i.e. public sector companies will use the telecom services of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL). The announcement was made in a memorandum issued by the Telecom Department (DoT).
The decision was a huge relief for loss-making state-owned telecom companies BSNL and MTNL who have been losing their subscriber base. In 2019-2020, BSNL recorded a loss of Rs 15,500 crore while MTNL posted a loss of Rs 3,694 crore.