BSNL’s New Rs.551 STV Now Offering Daily 5 GB Data For 90 Days

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Under the plan of BSNL Rs 551 STV, users will be given 5 GB data per day for 90 days.

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is constantly making changes in its plans. It is also introducing new plans. In this sequence, the company has introduced another new plan, which costs Rs 551 STV. Under this plan, users will be given 5 GB of data per day for 90 days. Let me tell you that this is only a data plan. In this, users are not being given calling and data benefits.

BSNL 551 Plan Details

BSNL is offering 5 GB of data per day for Rs 551 STV: The validity of this plan is 90 days. In this way, 450 GB data will be made available to the users during its full validity. This plan has been made available in many circles. In this case, you have to check whether this plan is available or not according to your circle. You will get information on BSNL’s official website and app.551 STV

Having said this, we have seen BSNL increased the validity of the Rs 1,999 prepaid plan. Customers recharging Rs 1,999 prepaid recharging till February 29 will now get benefits for 436 days. To recall, the Rs 1999 prepaid plan comes with a validity of 365 days. BSNL Rs 1999 plan is offering 3GB daily data, 250 minutes of unlimited voice calls to any network and 100 SMSes per day. Apart from these benefits, this plan also offers BSNL TV and BSNL Tunes subscriptions. After the 3GB data limit is reached, the speed is reduced to 80kbps.

Previously, BSNL launched a 318 prepaid plan with a validity of 84 days. It is also a data-only STV and it does not offer any voice calling or SMS benefits. The plan offers 2GB data per day i.e 168GB data benefit for a period of 84 days without any calling benefit. The speed is reduced after the FUP is reached, to 40kbps.

Besides the Rs 318 plan, BSNL also has other data-only plans like Rs 198 that offers a user 2GB data per day for 54 days and Rs 98 plan that comes with 2GB data per day and Eros Now subscription for 24 days. Another Rs 548 data pack comes with a whopping 5GB data per day and it comes with a validity of 90 days. Then there is recently launched Rs 998 data only prepaid pack offers 2GB data per day for 240 days.

Other private telecom companies have stopped providing long-term data plans to users. Reliance Jio has a data pack of Rs 251, which comes with a validity of 51 days. At the same time, users of Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea can choose data packs with the validity of only 28 days. While BSNL is offering several data packs, which have plans of Rs 97, Rs 198, 318, 551 and Rs 998. In the plan of Rs 318, users get 2GB data daily for 84 days.

BSNL is the only telecom service provider that offers data-only plans with a validity of 240 days. 2GB data is available daily for 240 days in the data only plan of Rs 998 of the company. The company is currently running a limited period offer, in which users will get 30 days extra validity on a plan of Rs 998.

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