BSNL revises postpaid unified data plans Pan India

By July 31st, 2015 AT 9:42 AM

After revising its prepaid data tariff for west zone circles, BSNL is now revising its postpaid data packs both monthly as well as long duration for its subscribers in all 20 circles where it  operates. The existing unified data pack of denomination Rs.140 exclusive of service tax which gives 1GB (2G or 3G) data with 30 days validity will now cost Rs.170 with the exact same benefits. The 12 months advance rental option for this data add on pack which was previously priced at Rs. 1575 exclusive of service tax will now cost Rs. 1915 for the same benefit.

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These tariff changes will come into effect from tomorrow 1st August 2015 and will be applicable in all zones and all circles where BSNL operates. Subscribers of these packs will be notified about the tariff change through SMS. All other terms and conditions will remain unchanged. The implementation of the revised tariff is made in accordance with the 43rd amendment of the Telecom Tariff order issued by TRAI.

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Its better than airtel postpaid plans

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now bsnl unified india

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