BSNL launches 128K Nano SIM cards at Rs. 100

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As per latest information that we’ve received, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced 128K Nano SIM cards for its prepaid and postpaid mobile customers across India.


The government-owned telco has fixed the selling price/replacement charge of the newly launched 128K Nano SIM cards at Rs. 100 (inclusive of service taxes). Users of Jammu & Kashmir telecom circle have to pay Rs. 114 for the same, (Rs. 100 + Service Tax @ 14 percent).

Currently, BSNL offers 64K Nano SIM cards at a price of Rs. 59, 64K re-pluggable Smart SIM Cards at Rs. 20 for new connections/replacements. Recently BSNL has seen its SIM sales growth double as it introduced cheap data rates to gain new customers.

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Private operators like Airtel are providing free SIM for 3G, 4G, and providing easy SIM swap through 2 messages. BSNL can follow their steps to provide customer satisfaction. We hope that if they implement this, they could get more new users as replacing a SIM or getting a new SIM cards is too hard in the East Zones.

Also Read: BSNL doubles SIM card sales from May to June 2015 due to cheap tariffs and attractive offers

There are so many people in some regions of India where BSNL lacks a robust distribution network. People want to use BSNL, but they couldn't manage or buy a new SIM card as purchasing a SIM card though BSNL exchanges takes too much time.

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