BSNL Launches 14.4 Mbps 3G Data Card For Rs.2500

Pan India 3G mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) launched new 14.4 Mbps plug-n-play 3G USB Devices (3G HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+ Data Card) in association with VMC System Ltd.

BSNL’s new 14.4 Mbps 3G Data Card comes Rs.2500, perfectly integrates the functionality of a modem & a mobile phone. Designed to deliver the heaviest of data at different speeds, and operator also claims that its USB Modem is equipped to meet all business commitments of its users! New Data Cards enabling users to make & receive calls & SMS/text messages when plugged into your laptop or desktop.

BSNL 3G Data Card will enable anytime, anywhere instant High Speed wireless Internet connectivity 3.6 Mbps to 14.4 Mbps for laptops and other computing devices across more than 1000 cities in India, thereby significantly benefiting business users, roamers and travelers.

BSNL 14.4 Mbps 3G Data Card – Features Speed Price
This BSNL VMC 3G USB Data Card perfectly integrates the functionality of a modem & a mobile phone. Powered with blazing speeds; it enables huge data exchange in seconds. 



Some other features are Enhanced Signal Strength with Receive Diversity (Rx).Works on HSPA + HSUPA / HSDPA / WCDMA / EDGE / GPRS / GSM. Supports upto 32GB microSD card.



USB 2.0 High Speed : Rated 40 times faster than its predecessor interface,

Download speed: Max. 14.4 Mbps 



Upload speed: Max. 7.2 Mbps

Rs.2500

This Article Was Written By: Sanjay Bafna

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  • jaikrishna April 10, 2014 3:55 pm, 3:55 PM

    it was very to use in windows and mac and it is the faster way of using

    Reply
  • P DURGA PRASAD March 12, 2014 4:23 pm, 4:23 PM

    Is there any difference between 7.2mbps and 14.4 mbps usb data cards?
    And what should i prefer for best experience in surfing the internet….whether it is 7.2mbps/14.4 mbps/21.6mbps …..which one should i prefer? plz give me relpl as soon as possible….sir my city is srikakulam distact narasannapeta village 3g data card support by speed 14.4 mbps please telme sir

    Reply
  • SHAIK JAFARSADIK November 7, 2013 3:16 pm, 3:16 PM

    please send the High Speed data card, as erly as possible

    Reply
  • MANOJ SHANKAR REDDY KARRI September 4, 2013 10:57 pm, 10:57 PM

    Is there any difference between 7.2mbps and 14.4 mbps usb data cards?
    And what should i prefer for best experience in surfing the internet….whether it is 7.2mbps/14.4 mbps/21.6mbps …..which one should i prefer? plz give me relpl as soon as possible….

    Reply
    • padala narsi reddy January 8, 2014 12:19 pm, 12:19 PM

      sir normally 7.2 mbps data card is enough for downloads. but it is better
      to take 14.4 mbps data card for higher tariffs.

      Reply
  • Gnanavel April 12, 2013 3:57 pm, 3:57 PM

    I am in tamil nude i want this 14.4mbps data card where i get this tell please…

    Reply
    • V. Sethuraman Ramanujadhasan February 9, 2014 3:48 am, 3:48 AM

      Though any operator who are saying that through data cards with speed upto 14.4 Mbps one can access the network is to be verified with actual speed one experiences when they log in their network. This is true of every player. The thumb rule operators providing service with CDMA technology are providing more speed than operators of GSM technology. Hence I advice people buy data cards which utilises both the technology like Mercury etc. so that people can choose the best network.

      Reply
  • aditya March 30, 2013 9:25 am, 9:25 AM

    pls donot buy 14.4 mbps data card ….total waste of money….never gives speeds above 1mbps

    Reply
  • supreeth y n February 24, 2013 11:08 pm, 11:08 PM

    whats the monthly charges for that data card

    Reply
  • Saira D'Mello January 30, 2013 4:03 am, 4:03 AM

    1. I am interested in buying the BSNL wireless data card. I presently have Reliance data card which provides very poor speed in Assagao, Bardez, Goa.

    2. Will the BSNL data card work well in Assagao?

    3. Will this card also work in Mumbai?

    4. Please give me the BSNL office contact phone nbr & address.

    Thank you

    Saira D’Mello

    Reply
    • arihant March 9, 2013 8:22 pm, 8:22 PM

      if you want to buy this bsnl 3g 14.4 mbps then i can give you only in 2300 and if you buy outside then you will get in 2500 and m selling this because i got another one so you can have one so if interested then call me 7200024247

      Reply
    • V. Sethuraman Ramanujadhasan February 9, 2014 3:55 am, 3:55 AM

      Any data card one uses, the speed achieved is based on the following basic factors.
      1. The signal strength.
      2. The no. of persons who are accessing the network at that point of time.
      3. Server speed of the accessed website.
      4. The technology provided by the choosen operator i.e
      GSM or CDMA.
      5. The thumb rule in CDMA technology the speed will be more. This is to be verified in Indian condition.

      Reply
  • sanjay kadam November 22, 2012 4:30 pm, 4:30 PM

    congrats for bsnl for giving best service

    Reply
  • sanjay m. kadam November 22, 2012 4:22 pm, 4:22 PM

    BSNL IS GIVING BEST SERVICE THAN OTHERS-THANKS

    Reply
  • sanjay November 22, 2012 4:17 pm, 4:17 PM

    ABUL HUSSAIN LASKAR :
    I WANT BUY THIS ONE, PLEASE TELL ME WHERE I GET FOR ONLINE OR OTHER WAY ?

    kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

    Reply
  • sanjay November 22, 2012 4:13 pm, 4:13 PM

    what is 14.4mbps speed for bsnl

    Reply
  • ABUL HUSSAIN LASKAR November 15, 2012 8:46 pm, 8:46 PM

    I WANT BUY THIS ONE, PLEASE TELL ME WHERE I GET FOR ONLINE OR OTHER WAY ?

    Reply
  • MAUREEN D'SOUZA October 27, 2012 2:55 pm, 2:55 PM

    do let me know when it arrives in Goa, coz i need it very urgently!

    Reply
  • MAUREEN D'SOUZA October 27, 2012 2:54 pm, 2:54 PM

    WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHEN WILL BSNL 3G @ 14.4 Mbps be available in Goa?

    Reply
  • devnarayan yadav October 11, 2012 5:26 pm, 5:26 PM

    i have to search a 3g 14.4 mbps data card facility

    Reply
  • Venkat July 20, 2012 11:16 am, 11:16 AM

    @p muthuraman

    @M Venkateshwarlu

    M Venkateshwarlu :
    I would like to have BSNL 14.4 Mbps 3G data card. Where should i go and whom should i approach? No any relevant link is given here in this site. It would be highly appreciable if on line request facility or link is given so that I can contact the concerned executive.

    Please contact me 8801150220 in Hyderabad

    Reply
  • p muthuraman June 19, 2012 1:29 pm, 1:29 PM

    I would like to have BSNL 14.4 Mbps 3G data card. Where should i go and whom should i approach?

    Reply
  • M Venkateshwarlu May 30, 2012 5:52 pm, 5:52 PM

    I would like to have BSNL 14.4 Mbps 3G data card. Where should i go and whom should i approach? No any relevant link is given here in this site. It would be highly appreciable if on line request facility or link is given so that I can contact the concerned executive.

    Reply
  • Pinaki Ranjan Roy February 29, 2012 8:01 am, 8:01 AM

    At Rampurhat (WB) 3G services of BSNL ase too much weak.

    Reply
  • Surjeet kumar roy December 10, 2011 12:44 pm, 12:44 PM

    Try to look for a reliance connection.if reliance 3g is in your area purchase a reliance 3g modem and 2g/3g plan.even u can get reliance cdma1x which gives good constant speed.use reliance sim in ur mobile.that will satisfy u and bid bye to bsnl.if reliance is not there switch to vodafone.

    Reply
  • Kepash November 30, 2011 3:22 am, 3:22 AM

    Hi all, I am from Orissa ( jashipur ), I have 1 3G enable Data card of CAPITEL, procure from BSNL office, keonjhar. 1st I was planning for 3G but later I come to know, it is not launched in my place, so I go for 2G Sim. Now the issue is download speed is very very poor (1 KB/s or less), as browsing is not a issue, its almost ok ok type. Initially i was not getting full tower in my Sim, but now its almost having 4 signal bars, still i m not getting the speed, I am using my BsNl sim in modem & connect it with DELL INSPIRON, OS- windows7.
    I will be grateful if someone will help me, A download speed of 10 kb/s for constant is more than enough, as i m not expecting much from it ( I recharged with 270 rupees n got 39999.99 as my balance for 30 days )
    Kindly let me know if by any setting i can get a higher download speed…

    If possible mail me in Kepash08@gmail.com

    Thank you.

    Reply
  • Abdul Jaleel November 16, 2011 10:06 pm, 10:06 PM

    They have no idea about the 14.2 data card

    Reply
  • nanban November 16, 2011 3:50 pm, 3:50 PM

    @Abdul Jaleel
    you can get the data card from any customer service centre of BSNL.

    Reply
  • Abdul Jaleel November 16, 2011 10:29 am, 10:29 AM

    I wants to know more about this data card and avilability

    Reply
  • Abdul Jaleel November 16, 2011 10:28 am, 10:28 AM

    This Data Card get from whare

    Reply
  • nanban November 12, 2011 10:58 am, 10:58 AM

    @Carlos Free SMS are given under each postpaid plan according to the plan charges. for details see bsnl.co.in

    Reply
  • nanban November 11, 2011 10:28 pm, 10:28 PM

    @kavin

    see tamilnadu.bsnl.co.in where five groups of rate cutters available. you can choose one rate cutter from each group at a time. this facility is called multibooster facility.

    Reply
  • nanban November 11, 2011 10:27 pm, 10:27 PM

    @kavin see tamilnadu.bsnl.co.in where five groups of rate cutters available. you can choose one rate cutter from each group at a time. this facility is called multibooster facility.

    Reply
  • nanban November 11, 2011 10:25 pm, 10:25 PM

    @nanban

    see tamilnadu.bsnl.co.in where five groups of rate cutters available. you can choose one rate cutter from each group at a time. this facility is called multibooster facility. use it enjoy it.

    @nanban

    @kavin

    @kavin

    @kavin

    Reply
  • nanban November 11, 2011 10:22 pm, 10:22 PM

    @kavin
    see tamilnadu.bsnl.co.in where five groups of rate cutters available. you can choose one rate cutter at a time. this facility is called multibooster facility.

    Reply
  • kavin November 11, 2011 7:19 am, 7:19 AM

    with data sim NO RATE CUTTER WORKX

    Reply
  • Carlos November 11, 2011 3:28 am, 3:28 AM

    Does BSNL offer SMS Booster packs for postpaid plans?

    Reply
  • nanban November 9, 2011 6:27 pm, 6:27 PM

    BSNL gives 256kbps speed for unlimited and low cost plans. For limited plans the speed is high and has been clearly shown in the website.

    Reply
  • Dhananjaya Reddy November 8, 2011 5:17 pm, 5:17 PM

    Please provide plans

    Reply
  • doc_dip November 8, 2011 2:47 pm, 2:47 PM

    ek drop pani pine ke liye kya 2500 rs mein water tank kharid na parega???bogas…give the speed 21.1mbps then sell ur 14.4…

    Reply
  • Ganesh November 8, 2011 2:15 pm, 2:15 PM

    Oh crap! 2.4 MBps or 3.6MBps or 7.4MBps or 14.4MBps, BSNL will artificially reduce the speed and just give 256kbps!
    Who needs to get this damn modem anyway!

    Reply
  • Fahad November 8, 2011 1:27 pm, 1:27 PM

    anonymus :
    @Saurabh
    dude……there is no way you will get 32kBytes/s speed in 2G….maximum u may get is 15KBps

    @anonymus
    why so… On my rgsm no. My avg download speed is around 25KBps and it has touchd a maximum of 42KBps….evn my airtel and aircel crosses 30KB mark…

    Reply
  • anonymus November 8, 2011 11:52 am, 11:52 AM

    @Saurabh
    dude……there is no way you will get 32kBytes/s speed in 2G….maximum u may get is 15KBps

    Reply
  • rudra November 8, 2011 10:40 am, 10:40 AM

    @wincent First ReCharge and Easy ReCharge

    Reply
  • Sudhakar November 8, 2011 9:35 am, 9:35 AM

    To Steve and aditya mohan DAS :

    There are only some people who USE unlimited plans. Most of them exploit and misuse the unlimited plans in such a way that they cross 50 GB within a month. This is the reason why operators do not launch unlimited plans.

    Please note that in CDMA (in all data plans rev A, rev B-II etc) the speeds will be further reduced to 32 Kbps (dead slow) after reaching certain limit. But in BSNL 3G we can get full bandwidth till we have balance. There is no speed capping. So we should be happy ateast for that.

    Click telecomtalk.info/nothing-exciting-on-tata-mts-rev-b-roll-out/81295/ and look at the speed of TATA docomo photon max (6x). Then you will understand.

    Reply
  • Saurabh November 8, 2011 9:24 am, 9:24 AM

    BSNL reduces data usage in Rs.270 plan. Now offering only 6GB instead of 10GB. Checked it on BSNL Haryana website. No changes on main website. See the difference, Reliance offering 6GB in Rs.99 with 30-32KBytes/s speed in my area and BSNL offering 6GB @Rs.270 with 2KBytes/s.

    3G mein data kamm kiya, ab 2G mein. It doesn’t affect me as I’m not a BSNL user.
    Reliance and Idea Zindabad for me.

    Reply
  • wincent November 8, 2011 9:23 am, 9:23 AM

    what are the FRC… ERC….?????

    Reply
  • Saurabh November 8, 2011 9:17 am, 9:17 AM

    HSB :
    Does anyone know the difference between 3G 21 Mbps and 4G ?

    Don’t you really don’t know or are you kidding? Btw here is the answer. In India operators have currently deployed 21.1Mbit/s HSPA+ network(which is a sub-part of third generation/3G wireless networks). But in actual we are not getting that much speed as backhaul infrastructure is capable of 7.2-14.4Mbps. Only Reliance is the exception here which is providing 15-20 Mbit/s speed on their 28.8 Mbit/s HSPA+ network using MIMO(Multiple Input-Multiple Output) technology. HSPA+ networks can be upgraded to a maximum of 168.8 Mbit/s. Maybe in coming years you will see upgradation to 42.2 or 84.4Mbit/s on HSPA+ in India but the thing that will matter is the availability of phones/devices that can supports speed upto these marks and their prices.

    On the other hand 4G is fourth generation of wireless network that is capable of providing speed between 100Mbit/s-672Mbit/s. In India, operators like Reliance Infotel, Augere, Bharti Airtel, Aircel, Qualcomm etc. which holds the BWA spectrum are expected to start 4G services soon using LTE networks. But do we actually get that speed practically? The answer is NO. Anything from 32Mbit/s to 48Mbit/s is expected but not more than that. The LTE(Long Term Evolution) which is termed as 4G is actually not a true 4G network and is categorized by ITU as 3.9G. As per them a true 4G wireless network will be capable of speed from 168-672Mbit/s.

    In simple words the basic difference between 3G and 4G is more in terms of of data transfer speed than anything else. Maybe the latency will get reduced to 25-50ms on 4G as against 85-100 on 3G.

    One more thing LTE is not backward compatible to 3G just like 3G wasn’t backward compatible to 2G. We require to setup whole new infrastructure for 4G.

    Reply
  • Susanta November 8, 2011 8:34 am, 8:34 AM

    @Rishi

    if Reliance will launch 4G at the end of time who knows they could hiking their price again nd they might charged for incomeing call !!!!!!!!

    Reply
  • novicefreak1 November 8, 2011 12:38 am, 12:38 AM

    @Manjunatha
    TRUE WITH BSNL ISSUE.

    Reply
  • HSB November 7, 2011 11:46 pm, 11:46 PM

    Does anyone know the difference between 3G 21 Mbps and 4G ?

    Reply
  • HSB November 7, 2011 11:44 pm, 11:44 PM

    In which state are you experiencing 14.4 Mbps speed ?

    Reply
  • Manjunatha November 7, 2011 11:22 pm, 11:22 PM

    Herein Hyderabad
    I am facing acute network issues, call drops and pathetic 2g speeds. No Stable 3g signal. Problems persists wit docomo ( call drops, poor reception), BSNL( customer cares never cares ). really difficult

    Reply
  • aditya mohan DAS November 7, 2011 10:48 pm, 10:48 PM

    aditya mohan DAS :

    steve :
    Without unlimited plans, 3G does not make sense.

    YES ITS TRUE WHAT THE BENEFIT OF SPEED WITHOUT UNLIMITED THINGS ARE GOING WORSER AND WORSER ALL INDIA NO GIVING UNLIMITED IN 3G EXCEPT MTNL BUT MTNL LIMITED TO DELHI MUMBAI ONLY

    Reply
  • dhruv November 7, 2011 10:48 pm, 10:48 PM

    but first they need that much speed in thair network !!!

    Reply
  • aditya mohan DAS November 7, 2011 10:47 pm, 10:47 PM

    steve :
    Without unlimited plans, 3G does not make sense.

    YES ITS TRUE WHAT THE BENEFIT OF SPEED WITHOUT UNLIMITED THINGS ARE GOING WORSER AND WORSER ALL INDIA NO GIVING UNLIMITED IN 3G EXCEPT MTNL BUT MTNL LIMITED TO DELHI MUMBAI ONLY

    Reply
  • Lovegin November 7, 2011 10:30 pm, 10:30 PM

    BSNL No1 worst service in india same like as their employess

    Reply
  • steve November 7, 2011 10:20 pm, 10:20 PM

    Without unlimited plans, 3G does not make sense.

    Reply
  • novicefreak1 November 7, 2011 10:19 pm, 10:19 PM

    ved :
    How will buy it better to buy 4G modem after two mnths as Reliance is going to launch 4G on 27 dec 2011 and by 1qtr all india and too 4G modem is of arround Rs. 3000………..hats off to Reliance ……..

    true??? what a good news it will be…
    btb where is the source that Reliance will launch on 27dec 2011

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  • Sudhakar November 7, 2011 9:41 pm, 9:41 PM

    To Susanta and Nilesh patel :

    Well said. Unlimited plans can be introduced with FUP. After FUP, each and every user must get atleast 512 Kbps.

    Reply
  • Sudhakar November 7, 2011 9:35 pm, 9:35 PM

    There are 21 Mbps modems (with upload speed 5.76 Mbps) in ebay.in . Go to the site and type 21 Mbps or HUAWEI 21 Mbps in the search box and press enter. Then you will know the current trend in 3G data card pricing.

    I think Huawei E182E will be very good modem for surfing in 3G.

    Reply
  • ved November 7, 2011 9:25 pm, 9:25 PM

    How will buy it better to buy 4G modem after two mnths as Reliance is going to launch 4G on 27 dec 2011 and by 1qtr all india and too 4G modem is of arround Rs 3000………..hats off to Reliance ……..

    Reply
  • Nilesh Patel November 7, 2011 9:08 pm, 9:08 PM

    BSNL indoor 3G connectivity is really bad… Need to Improve that
    Need to reduce data charges and re-introduce the unlimited 3G plans
    Need to provide constant min 3.6Mbps first and then think act 14.4Mbps

    Which cities have their towers upgraded to 14.4 need to be asserted first……

    One thing is sure in BSNL guys…if u have problems…..talk to the superiors of that area…like circle heads or state heads….things improve very fast unlike private operators..

    Reply
  • Ramesh November 7, 2011 9:02 pm, 9:02 PM

    Is it unlocked?

    Reply
  • Rishi November 7, 2011 8:16 pm, 8:16 PM

    Reliance Infotel(Mukesh Ambani Group) will introduce 4G in Jan2012. So, wait and watch upto Jan 2012.

    Reply
  • novicefreak1 November 7, 2011 8:11 pm, 8:11 PM

    BSNL….reduce data tariff first, provide indoor connectivity on 3G and then launch these….

    Reply
  • adi November 7, 2011 7:47 pm, 7:47 PM

    bsnl should decrease its 3g data plan

    Reply
  • Rohan Singh November 7, 2011 7:44 pm, 7:44 PM

    Has anyone got 14.4Mbps ..?? I have heard that they have upgraded their network to 14.4Mbps nationwide …

    Reply
  • Susanta November 7, 2011 7:34 pm, 7:34 PM

    Now a days price of 3G data so high nd that the reason there is no use to launch 3.5mbps or 14mbps or 30mbmps capable modem before decrease rate of 3G price. So its not a GOOD DEAL.

    Reply
  • jijo November 7, 2011 7:18 pm, 7:18 PM

    BSNL 3G should be priced based on speed. If one is satisfied with 3.6Mbps, why should he be charged as high as that of a 14.4 Mbps user. BSNL should do something urgently to bring down its 3G tariff based on speed, otherwise there is no point in offering 14.4 Mbps or the network supporting 21 Mbps.Middle class customers like me will continue with the present 3.1Mbps Reliance/MTS/BSNL EVDO, with much cheaper tariff and decent speed.

    Reply
  • Joseph November 7, 2011 7:13 pm, 7:13 PM

    First provide 3g coverage in my location then we can purchase it

    Reply
  • Dev November 7, 2011 7:05 pm, 7:05 PM

    usb 1.1 ????????? price is litle bit high….21mbps is 2800

    Reply
  • epynic November 7, 2011 7:02 pm, 7:02 PM

    @sunil we already have 21mbps supported network . . . ,

    Reply
  • Saurabh November 7, 2011 7:02 pm, 7:02 PM

    @Amit.g
    In that much cost one can even buy 21.6Mbps modem.

    Huawei E353 21.6 Mbps- 2100-2500 on eBay India.

    Huawei K4505 28.8 Mbps- 2650 on I bought the same from their (IT Bazaar) shop in Chandigarh.

    Reply
  • Amit.g November 7, 2011 6:50 pm, 6:50 PM

    Even Huawei has reduced its modem price… one can get 7.2mbps modem @ 1500rs, so 14.4mbps will be available for 2200-2500rs!!!

    Reply
  • sunil November 7, 2011 6:45 pm, 6:45 PM

    What is the point in jus releasing the hardware up to 14.4 mbps unless the network supports it .
    Its like u have the biggest glass but u still the same amount of wine as in the tiny glass

    Reply

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