BSNL Launched Two New Prepaid Plans Rs 593 And Rs 1212, Offering Mobile Internet Up to 500GB

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At this time of lockdown BSNL has introduced two plans of Rs 693 and Rs 1212. Only data has been made available in these plans.

Government telecom company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced two new data plans for its prepaid users. At this time of lockdown, everyone is at home and depending on mobile data, in such a situation, the company wants to provide better service to the users, due to which the company has introduced two plans of Rs 693 and Rs 1,212. Only data has been made available in these plans. Only the users of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana can avail of these plans of the company.BSNL New Prepaid Plans

BSNL STV Rs 693 and STV Rs 1,212 STV

BSNL offers in the plan of Rs 693 and Rs 1,212, offers many data-only plans to its users and with the introduction of these two plans, the users have got more options. If you talk about the benefits available in these plans, then a total of 300 GB data is being given with 365 days validity in a pack of Rs 693.

Rs 1,212 plan, also get 365 days validity, but the data available in this pack is 500 GB. The special thing about the plan is that the data available in it comes without any daily limit. However, the lack of calling or SMS benefits can be missed in these plans. If you talk about other popular STVs of BSNL, then it comes to Rs 551. In this special tariff voucher with a validity of 90 days, a total of 450 GB data is being offered according to 5 GB daily.

BSNL has recently reduced the data benefits and validity period found in its plans. The company’s popular annual plan of Rs 1,699 is now being given validity of 300 days instead of 365 days. Along with this, the company has reduced the daily 3 GB data found in packs of Rs 186 and Rs 187 to 2 GB data daily. Data STV of Rs 98 has also been cut. Now, instead of 24 days, 22 days of validity and 2 GB of data is being given.

BSNL prepaid users get a chance to stay connected to their families for free: Earlier, considering the status of lockdown, the number of millions of BSNL prepaid SIM card users was instructed to keep active till 20 April without any recharge. Along with this, a balance of 10 rupees was also made available. The order was given by Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. Ravi Shankar Prasad said in his statement that this decision has been taken by the government to keep people connected to their families till April 20.

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