3G Tariff War Begins in India – Our Take

3G Tariff War Begins in India Our Take18 months back, Tata Docomo turned to be India’s first private mobile operator to start 3G services, followed by Reliance, Airtel, Idea and Vodafone. State owned MTNL and BSNL are in 3G business since 2009 3G was delayed to launch in India, but due to high tariff, poor coverage as well as lack of affordable devices 3G services did not take off properly.

Though BSNL and MTNL tried to cut down 3G services in between but no response from other operators – they did not care about state owned operators price cut of 3G tariff. Ultimately BSNL had to hike 3G tariff.

But pictures are changing fast; BSNL revised its 3G data plans in this April. At the end of April Aircel did the job by introducing unlimited (with reasonable FUP) 3G data plans (a.k.a. Pocket Internet Smart Plans); just like they were the game changer on 2G data space.

Following Aircel’s introduction to cheapest 3G plans Airtel was the operator who leads the incumbents like Vodafone, Idea and RCom.Funny thing is media is not giving proper credit to Aircel who break the ice of 3G market.

I personally think and have checked many times that coverage and 3G enabled phones are not main issues behind the slow uptake of 3G. It is mostly due to high tariff of 3G. Once 3G tariff goes down people will consider moving to a 3G handset – it’s the face. 3G handsets are now cheap, even android smartphones are available at sub-5K level.

Another point I must share that on 3G operators cut down extra usage charge from 10p/10kB to 3p/10kB (by Airtel, Vodafone, Idea). Aircel on the launch has kept the charge at 3p/10kB. BSNL and MTNL charge 4p/10kB and 2p/10kB respectively. Reliance on postpaid 1GB plan charges 20p/MB – the cheapest in market while prepaid users have to pay 10p/10kB.

BSNL 3G

Pros: Country wide data roaming at no extra cost. Best 3G option for frequent travellers.

Cons: At most of areas BSNL has deployed 3.6Mbps 3G BTS. Network often gets congested.

MTNL 3G

Pros: Country wide data roaming at no extra cost. Best 3G option for frequent travellers. Cheapest 3G plans, even offers true unlimited 3G plans

Cons: Network is often slow

Aircel 3G

Pros: Best plan for mobile 3G users (Rs 198 – 1GB +2G Unlimited for 30 days). Added 2G unlimited in all 3G data plans.

Cons: 3G Roaming limited to Aircel’s 3G circles only. 2G network is not good enough in many circles.

Airtel/Vodafone/Idea

Pros: Plans are almost similar from these operators, offers intra circle roaming.

Cons: Airtel and Vodafone have no unlimited (with FUP) 3G plan. Idea customers often complains of capping the speed at 64/128 kbps.

Reliance

Pros: Offers minimum 1GB in all plans including 2 day-validity plans. Excellent bill-shield plan for postpaid customers (20p/MB). Network offers very good speed.

Cons: Service limited to certain circles. Unlimited plans are capped to just 64kbps on FUP.

In recent time Tata Docomo has not revised 3G plans.As no operator except BSNL and MTNL offers pan India 3G services, it is hard to recommend a 3G operator of choice. Before you opt for 3G, visit operators’ stores and have a hands-on to sure how good it is. Ask for the coverage at your office & home as well as roaming details. Whatever you choose, do it wisely.

New 3G Plans by Operators in India:

1 day pack 7 day pack 30 day pack Longer Validity Packs
BSNL Rs 25- 100MB, 3days  Rs 151-1GB Rs 250 – 1GB* Rs 3000 – 30GB – 90 days
Rs 600- 3GB
Rs 450- 2GB*
Rs 750- 5GB
Rs 1099 – 10GB
Rs 1500 – 15GB
Aircel Rs 7 – 50MB UL Rs 39 – 200MB UL Rs 128- 500MB UL
Rs 198- 1GB UL
Rs399 – 2GB UL
Rs 697– 5GB UL
Rs 997– 10GB UL
MTNL Rs 41 – 1GB Rs 76 – 1 GB Rs 99 – 300 MB

Rs 250 – 1.1GB

Rs 1190 – 9GB – 90 days
Rs 350 – 1.5 GB Rs 4500 – 200GB-180d
Rs 450 – 2.2 GB Rs 5000 – 100GB-365d
Rs 650 – 3.3 GB
Rs 850- 6GB
Rs1099 -11 GB
Rs 1200 – 15GB
Rs 1650 –unlimited
Airtel Rs 10 – 30min Rs 45 – 150 MB Rs 100 – 300 MB
Rs 250 – 1GB
Rs 450 – 2GB
Rs 1500 – 10GB
Idea Rs 10 – 30min Rs 100 – 300 MB Rs 599 – 2GB – 60 days
Rs 250 – 1GB Rs 850 – 6GB –60 days
Rs 450 – 2GB Rs 1250 – 4GB – 90 days
Rs 950 – 6GB UL
Vodafone Rs 25 – 25 MB Rs 44 – 150 MB Rs 102 – 300 MB
Rs 200 – 500 MB
Rs 251 – 1GB
Rs 452 – 2GB
Rs 1501 – 10GB
Reliance Rs 98 – 1GB, 2days Rs 153 -1GB Rs 255 – 1GB Rs 1500 – 6GB – 90 days
Rs 449 – 2GB Rs 3000 – 18GB – 90 days
Rs 650 – 3GB
Rs 800 -5GB UL
Rs 1099 -10GB UL
Rs 1300 -15GB UL

* On these plans BSNL offers 25% extra usage for 90 days.

At the end operators strategic changes to 3G tariffs is applaudable as making 3G tariff affordable means mass adoption of 3G. But I don’t like the operators’ approach to 2G data, they did a hike to close the difference between 2G and 3G pricing.

Do you think 2012 will be 3G’s year? Or 4G will eat it up do share your view via comments?

This Article Was Written By: Rudradeep Biswas

Rudradeep Biswas - Senior Telecom Analyst

The happy guy RDB (stands for Rudradeep Biswas) has been writing for Telecomtalk since 2009, covering mobile operators, 3G, broadband, WiFi, 4G, LTE, telecom policies and what-not related to Indian telecom. He is by profession a doctor, did his MBBS from R.G.Kar Medical College, Kolkata.

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  • Anirban Mukherjee December 6, 2012 4:52 pm, 4:52 PM

    Aircel 3G is best but no good speed on 2G.

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  • Saurabh October 7, 2012 5:28 pm, 5:28 PM

    @Krishna,

    We can’t say too early that 3G is a flop. It has only been two years since private operators launched 3G in India and every technology takes time to become an adoptive thing by users. See 2G was started in India in 2003 but it was only after 2009 that it picked up and become a hit. Until then it was also a flop or was less adoptive because of high price. So it took 6 years for operators to make it affordable even though for 2G spectrum they paid very little. But that is not the case with 3G. They have paid higher for spectrum almost 4-8 times of 2G and infrastructure cost to upgrade network to 3G is also high.

    If we compare first 2 years of 2G i.e GPRS/EDGE launch with that of third generation services, 3G is doing pretty well. 2G is a hit as it is ubiquitous and cheap also. As the time go by, 3G will also become available everywhere except villages and users will adopt it. With more and more users coming to 3G, prices will definately drop. There are many parts in our country where users are willing to go 3G but they don’t have service available.

    Don’t compare 9 years of 2G with only 2 years of 3G. Wait for some years (say next 3 years) and you will see growth.

    Also don’t expect 4G to be cheaper in initial stages. When those who had some part of infrastructure ready i.e players like Airtel which were opestating on 2G/3G, can’t provide cheaper 4G, how can a company like Reliance Industries Infotel Broadband who has to start from zero will provide cheaper services? We can hope Reliance 4G to be 3-5 percent cheaper than current Airtel 4G tariffs but not more than that. Also it will take them atleast 3 years to cover 30-40 percent of country under 4G.

    I think 3G is much cheaper than what 2G was at early stages. So, game is still in 3G operators’ hand.

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  • krishna October 7, 2012 12:49 pm, 12:49 PM

    according to me 3g is flop in india. I think we should wait for 4g. Because operators increasing data costs day by day and they were telling it will give more speed browsing but, it is as slow as gprs in some places

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  • pseudoswamy September 13, 2012 9:49 pm, 9:49 PM

    Thank you this was an excellent comparison and summary.

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  • Girsh August 26, 2012 4:32 pm, 4:32 PM

    great info, thanks :)

    Reply
  • Deepak August 11, 2012 7:46 pm, 7:46 PM

    Hey guys, is der ne traffic plan to reduce 3g roaming charges in airtel. i stay in mrt n travel to delhi a lot.

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  • vibhooti August 9, 2012 5:20 pm, 5:20 PM

    Aircel 3G speed is awesome for download but for surfing it is being limited by server speed….in all it is pretty good even if you consumed all your free data bundle you get 16 KB (128kb) per second data as compared to its EDGE counter part which give maximum of 8KB per sec :( ….

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  • rawthinktank July 28, 2012 6:08 am, 6:08 AM

    idea you rascals , you robbed me u bastards

    either give me unlimited 2G at 3mbps or FUCK OFF.

    Reply
  • kishor July 24, 2012 12:44 pm, 12:44 PM

    BSNL 3G service is comparetevely good

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  • sid July 13, 2012 9:22 am, 9:22 AM

    very informative article. Thanks to the author.

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  • kamlesh July 6, 2012 8:21 am, 8:21 AM

    IDEA AGAIN CHANGED ITS UNLIMITED 3G PLAN FUP POLICY @945RS IN UP(w) NOW
    21.1mbps speed:0-4gb
    128kbps speed 4-6gb
    20kbps speed >6gb for 30 days

    but after 6 gb uses i m getting only 1-2kbps speed

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  • ramabhinav kannan June 17, 2012 12:42 am, 12:42 AM

    @praveen
    dnt have any doubts abt buying AIRCEL 3G..iTS ONE OF THE BEST

    Reply
  • praveen June 15, 2012 9:50 am, 9:50 AM

    so can I buy Aircel 3g? does it have best coverage?What about Docomo 3g?

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  • CJN June 10, 2012 7:32 am, 7:32 AM

    @raj
    rightly said.. they should provide unlimited 3g without FUP.. or atleast 50 GB for Rs. 700-900

    Reply
  • Nitish June 5, 2012 10:21 am, 10:21 AM

    Ek baat dekhne wali h bsnl provide 4GB DAta for month only in Rs.600…….
    By recharging 4 times the pack of 151

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  • sukaadi June 4, 2012 11:14 am, 11:14 AM

    @pranavateja
    docomo ? game changer? which game ? they acted as per their “Do the New” only once, when they introduces per second plan… after that they never did anything new.. just some craps …. their 3G tariff is the costliest!!! its Rs.601 for 1GB. As per their CC, they dont have any info on tariff revision… docomo now “DO NOTHING NEW”

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  • sukaadi June 4, 2012 11:09 am, 11:09 AM

    @irshad
    docoomo tariff is very HIGH.. 1GB 3G data for Rs.601!!!! they are the worst 3G operator all over India.

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  • basil June 3, 2012 9:15 pm, 9:15 PM

    The telecom sector needs a revolution. The mass is using the network mainly for voice calls. The era of mobile internet is still catchin on with the competition from the fixed line ISPs providing amazing deals. Also, now most of the schools and colleges and offices are net enabled. Thus it mitigates the use of mobile internet. The needy who are tech savvy and want to be connected on the move tend to go for a basic 2G EDGE plan. Thus the mobile networks have a huge gap to cover up with the fixed lines. Thus 3G tariffs being in par with the fixed line BB plans is the only solution!

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  • raj June 2, 2012 12:02 pm, 12:02 PM

    untile they provideunlimited plan at around 500rp i will not activate 3g….if they atleast give something like 10gb for 500rp will also be good plan……till then will use my aircel 2g 98rp net pack which is unlimited for 1 month and i easily download upto 10-12gb per month with it….

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  • Harsh May 31, 2012 2:14 pm, 2:14 PM

    mtnl ka hai to 99 mai 30 days@Jay

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  • Sudhakar May 31, 2012 11:32 am, 11:32 AM

    To Saurabh :

    Well said. All the operators are increasing 2G voice call tariff and reducing the 3G data tariff. In the future, 3G data price will be increased and 4G data price will be reduced and 2G voice call may become even more costly.

    Reply
  • Dj_wana May 31, 2012 11:22 am, 11:22 AM

    Jay :
    Aircel has yet again been a game changer in 3G, just like they did in 2G… Aircel the only operator which gives truly Unlimited plans bothg in 2G & 3G… It would have been good had they got 3G license in many more circles, but ppl in circles where Aircel doesn’t have 3G, still have reason to thank Aircel.. They have started the Tariff war which has indirectly reduced their 3G costs…
    Aircel.. Yes, we believe in you..

    +1 bro very right… Best comment for the article

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  • Saurabh May 31, 2012 7:44 am, 7:44 AM

    3G plans are still not affordable even at these prices and they (operators) also put breaks on 2G data market which was blooming from last few years by reducing data in packs and also some idiots like Reliance, Tata Docomo and other private telcos also capping speed. Now there are much less takers of 2G data plans also. 3GB-4GB in 2G under 100 is must.

    Idea said tat we are emphasizing more on rural market i.e small towns and villages by launching 3G there but what they have forgot is pockets of people in these areas don’t allow them to pay more than Rs.150/month and getting a 3G mobile or device is still considered as costly matter. What some people in these areas are doing is, they are recharging with 2G packs and using 3G network to get constant of 128Kbps speed. If companies further hike 2G charges by reducing data, they will lose this 100-150/month also.

    So 3G will not take-off in India without aggressive pricing which is not expected for next 2-3 years and 2G will also die with data reductions. Companies should have worked on a model that should have allowed them to add more 3G users by not affecting the 2G Plans and Pricing. But these losers are losing from both ends.

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  • Emad May 31, 2012 6:45 am, 6:45 AM

    Tata docomo launched 3G firtst but now this operator is limited to only few cities they even not bothered to exapnd their 3G network in other cities while airtel and idea covered all the cities very fast now the worst 3g operator is docomo with apthetic speeds and best operator is aircel Aircel and AIRCEL

    Reply
  • Firstonnet May 31, 2012 12:04 am, 12:04 AM

    Good Job RDB. Well done, You made it easy for all subscribers. Now please update above list with MTNL Mumbai 3g revised plan. Thanks RDB

    Reply
  • irshad May 30, 2012 11:49 pm, 11:49 PM

    This article is not comrehensive, as docomo’s 3G plan details are not mentioned
    Fyi ,,,,, Docomo is offering 1GB@90 and 2GB@201 , in MNG circle ,

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  • Jay May 30, 2012 11:21 pm, 11:21 PM

    Aircel has yet again been a game changer in 3G, just like they did in 2G… Aircel the only operator which gives truly Unlimited plans bothg in 2G & 3G… It would have been good had they got 3G license in many more circles, but ppl in circles where Aircel doesn’t have 3G, still have reason to thank Aircel.. They have started the Tariff war which has indirectly reduced their 3G costs…

    Aircel.. Yes, we believe in you..

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  • Rohan Singh May 30, 2012 10:10 pm, 10:10 PM

    Sandeep :

    sayantan :
    vodafone does not provide free 3g activation…all other operators have this benefit.

    yes, they do
    sms “ACT 3G” to 144 or 111 depending on your circle. Its free, but takes 24hours max to get 3G activated.

    You will get 3G signal only if recharged with a 3G pack .

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  • Joy May 30, 2012 10:00 pm, 10:00 PM

    I fully agree with the editor !! Aircel is not getting attention !! The 3G plans are gone cheaper much quickly, maybe bcoz of 4G services which are yet to launch ! 1 year ago it’s 250MB for 200Rs. now the operators are offering 1GB data for 250-255Rs its reduced drastically. May be next year we’ll get 1GB data of 3G for 98Rs! Good move by the operators, especially AIRCEL, who initiated this last month !!

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  • Sandeep May 30, 2012 9:31 pm, 9:31 PM

    sayantan :
    vodafone does not provide free 3g activation…all other operators have this benefit.

    yes, they do

    sms “ACT 3G” to 144 or 111 depending on your circle. Its free, but takes 24hours max to get 3G activated.

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  • pranavateja May 30, 2012 9:26 pm, 9:26 PM

    @Dj_wana
    tata docomo will be the game changer….aircel is just teasing….folks wait for tatadocomo…..it triggered 2g war,…now soon it will start 3g war…..or else later reliance will grab 80% users with pan india 4g licence,so its the time for 3g operators to grab customers,….so new 3g plans in june-july,.operaters to be aggresive are mtnl,tatadocom,…lastly bsnl,…rest will be costlier than these 3 operators

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  • pranavateja May 30, 2012 9:26 pm, 9:26 PM

    @Nihit
    tata docomo will be the game changer….aircel is just teasing….folks wait for tatadocomo…..it triggered 2g war,…now soon it will start 3g war…..or else later reliance will grab 80% users with pan india 4g licence,so its the time for 3g operators to grab customers,….so new 3g plans in june-july,.operaters to be aggresive are mtnl,tatadocom,…lastly bsnl,…rest will be costlier than these 3 operators

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  • bhushan May 30, 2012 9:24 pm, 9:24 PM

    Thank you TT…this article is very useful for me..
    3G tariff reduces bcoz of 4G, and it will reduce more in coming period when 4G spread widely..

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  • Dj_wana May 30, 2012 9:05 pm, 9:05 PM

    Aircel rocks…

    Reply
  • Fahad May 30, 2012 8:12 pm, 8:12 PM

    @Tharun George
    get your facts right man…
    Idk about cheers
    but ya stel was providing 1gb gprs for re 1 daily (it was a mnthly pack actually..re1 is based on calculations) exactly …
    About 3g it might have been cheaper in orissa as stel was holding the 3g license there…

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  • jitender kumar May 30, 2012 7:45 pm, 7:45 PM

    BSNL is very costly…but MTNL rocks in Delhi…Rs. 4500 @ 200 GB best plan.

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  • Upesh May 30, 2012 7:22 pm, 7:22 PM

    Thanks to Telecom Talk and manforce behind it.I was searching for these comparisions. you have solved my problem.

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  • Nihit May 30, 2012 7:10 pm, 7:10 PM

    AIRCEL HAS BROUGHT THE INTERNET REVOLUTION IN INDIA

    HATS OFF :)

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  • Tharun George May 30, 2012 6:17 pm, 6:17 PM

    Himangshu :
    If other provider which was cancel there licence like STEL, ELISAT,etc… if they present in India, they may Provide there 3G Plans as follows: Rs. 1 get 500MB Rs. 2 get 1024 MB Rs. 3 Get 4 GB Data…..
    What the f**k govt.of india ruling in Indian Telecom…

    Dude those operators don’t have even bid for 3G auction. There 2G plans were quite same as 2 or 3GB For Rs 98. You cannot expect anyone to provide you anything for free or silly Rs 1 or 2 to get 500 times a Mega Byte.

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  • sAM May 30, 2012 6:02 pm, 6:02 PM

    Very Good Article TT..

    Lukz lyk BSNL is turning out to b d costliest operator in d country..not only in d 3G space but in d 2G space also..

    @TT,what happnd to d cancellation of ICRA ?? last updates ..

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  • Tharun George May 30, 2012 5:52 pm, 5:52 PM

    I am still sticking on to broadband since no 3G operators are coming up with a night unlimited. I pay Rs 475 to get 4mbps with night unlimted(2am-8am) and 3GB from Aisianet Cable.

    Also 3G operators should come up with 512kbps, 1mbps and 2mbps speed based unlimted as offered by BSNL and other broadband operators.

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  • sayantan May 30, 2012 5:50 pm, 5:50 PM

    vodafone does not provide free 3g activation…all other operators have this benefit.

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  • Himangshu May 30, 2012 5:15 pm, 5:15 PM

    If other provider which was cancel there licence like STEL, ELISAT,etc… if they present in India, they may Provide there 3G Plans as follows:
    Rs 1 get 500MB
    Rs 2 get 1024 MB
    Rs 3 Get 4 GB Data…..

    What the f**k govt.of india ruling in Indian Telecom…

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  • krishna May 30, 2012 5:08 pm, 5:08 PM

    I thing now you will got the source of this information@Srivatsav

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  • sandeep May 30, 2012 4:56 pm, 4:56 PM

    Aircel is the best at least in circles where they have 3G licences.The unlimited Fup that is there in aircel is not available with any of the operators.One has to pay after exhausting the 3G limit and i think with 3G speeds the data given would get over very quickly.There comes aircels innovative plan of getting switched to free 2g after one has exhausted the 3G data limit for a month.Others should take notice.

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  • Ravi May 30, 2012 4:55 pm, 4:55 PM

    @Srivatsav
    Three more plans from 1st june
    Rs.50-200 Mb-15 Days
    Rs.100-300 Mb-30 Days and the above mentioned three also

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  • Gowrishankar May 30, 2012 4:34 pm, 4:34 PM

    @krishna How You Got this news..

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  • bharathkumara May 30, 2012 4:32 pm, 4:32 PM

    i am using in idea cellular, karnataka, idea cellular via airtel 3G roaming, tariff is rs 43, 2 hours (120 min), i downloaded 2 gb for 2 hours, speed is 5 to 7 mbps speed for 1day tariff, i just downloade the 2GB file.. that is super.. we can download the better idea for one day tariff, for urgent purpose..

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  • Kanaga Deepan N May 30, 2012 4:29 pm, 4:29 PM

    TataDocomo is useless in 3G space…

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  • Jay May 30, 2012 4:26 pm, 4:26 PM

    State owned operators BSNL/MTNL have no plan for lower end people…..like AIRTEL 300Mb plan with validity of 30 days and cost 100 RS.

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  • Srivatsav May 30, 2012 4:23 pm, 4:23 PM

    krishna :
    BSNL introduces new 3G Plan, 1GB in 151 for 7 days, 1.25 GB in 250 and 2.5 GB in 450 for 30 days w.e.f 01.06.2012

    Please mention the source will be quite usefull

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  • HP May 30, 2012 4:14 pm, 4:14 PM

    operators want us to use 3G. they hiked 2G data plans & reduced 3G plans. now after TRAI’s high cost 2G auction they are hiking these. Dont go for 3G better go for broadband.

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  • sushant gupta May 30, 2012 4:06 pm, 4:06 PM

    bsnl is providing unlimited adsl broadband at as cheap as 500(rural uso plans) if bsnl can bring down its 3g unlimited plan somewhat close to 500 then it could revolutionize this service

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  • novicefreak1 May 30, 2012 4:03 pm, 4:03 PM

    Good article. 3G is not consistent with any of the operators, either compromise for quality(BSNL,Aircel,TD) or compromise your hard earned money(Cartel).

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  • Abhik May 30, 2012 4:02 pm, 4:02 PM

    AIRCEL is the BEST @ 3+ mbps speed [Rs. 7 for 50+200+UL] :D

    while

    AIRTEL is the worst @ 300-800 kbps [Rs. 9 for 30 min] :(

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  • krishna May 30, 2012 3:59 pm, 3:59 PM

    BSNL introduces new 3G Plan, 1GB in 151 for 7 days, 1.25 GB in 250 and 2.5 GB in 450 for 30 days w.e.f 01.06.2012

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  • Kunal May 30, 2012 3:48 pm, 3:48 PM

    Agreed with umesh, mtnl shud offer this on 2g packs too, plus one thing i cant understand, when they say home plan is applicable in maharashtra n goa for incoming outgoing, why is it not working beyond vasai virar???? i mean tats strange……

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  • Gowrishankar May 30, 2012 3:44 pm, 3:44 PM

    In BSNL 15 GB – 1500 Rs… But Airtel and Vodafone same 1500 Rs but 10 Gb data only..Always BSNL is Best…Thanks for BSNL Buddies…!

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  • Ranjan Biswas May 30, 2012 3:31 pm, 3:31 PM

    Over all Aircel is best even they provide 3.1 mbps in some small value rechare that is better than reliance up to 28 mbps(in real it may be 1 mbps).

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  • umesh May 30, 2012 3:19 pm, 3:19 PM

    Hi does really Mtnl offer free Country wide data roaming at no extra cost? then y not mtnl not giving same type of free data roaming in 2g packs really sad

    Reply
  • Bindas May 30, 2012 3:19 pm, 3:19 PM

    Aircel lets keep believing……….rocks.

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