BSNL Offers the cheapest 3G Mobile Internet Packs as of September 2014

By September 3rd, 2014 AT 4:36 PM

It is observed that Operators are hiking Data tariffs while also chalking plans to increase Data consumption by users by introducing various apps related to data consumption. The entire Telecom Industry has been struggling with tariff wars and hikes with Operational Expenditures inflating month by month. Observing the scenario no operator appears to be considering reduction in voice and Data prices while the Operators themselves were also a reason for killing SMS.

Table showing New 3G BSNL Data packs:

BSNL DATA PACKPrice
240MBRs39
500MBRs78
1GBRs139/155
2GBRs251
5GBRs561
7GBRs821
10GBRs1011
20GBRs1949
Extra Data Charges Beyond free usage2p/10KB

However, in case of BSNL Mobile Internet DATA STVs when compared are cheaper than any of the private operators. BSNL has the largest 3G Coverage and continuously expanding its Network in unreachable areas all across the country.

While I don’t draw any conclusions regarding the Qos offered by BSNL at this point of time but i can definitely say these stvs are cheapest and most affordable when compared.

Dear Readers which Network are you using for 3G services and how do you feel about the services offered. Do let us know your experiences across various circles via comments.

Passionately following the Indian #Telecom Industry for over a decade from Business, Consumer and a Technical perspective. My primary focus area is Consumer & Digital Experience.

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