BSNL introduces Advance Annual Rental Data plans for postpaid subscribers

By October 23rd, 2014 AT 12:48 PM

BSNL-logoBSNL is constantly introducing new offers to help its current customers and bring new ones under the umbrella. It has just introduced new annual advance rental data plans for its postpaid subscribers. The offer details are:

  • Rs. 2,940 will get you 2.5GB of free data every month for 12 months
  • Rs. 2,050 will get you 1.5GB of free data every month for 12 months
  • Rs. 1,110 will get you 0.75GB of free data every month for 12 months

All other tariffs applicable with these will be as per the Plan-225 that the operator has for voice calling and other services. The offer will be extended to the Data Card users (upto 3.6 Mbps) as well.

  • The Rs. 2,940 plan will get you the data card for free
  • The Rs. 2,050 plan will get you the data card for Rs. 300
  • The Rs. 1,110 plan will get you the data card for Rs. 600

All these tariff plans will come into effect from 1st November 2014.

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Be clear in writing. Is it for landline or mobile; panindia or not?


Offers seems to be very attractive. must be publicised.
Well done BSNL !!

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