BSNL Subscribers Can Opt for These Data Vouchers When They Run Out of FUP Limit

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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has the most populated prepaid roster out there in the market. When it comes to the number of recharges that a telecom operator can offer, there is hardly any competition out there for the state-led telecom operator. However, although BSNL also ships plans with ample data and in fact more data than what the other private telecom operators offer in some cases, there is still a chance that the subscribers might face a crunch while their data FUP runs out. This is a very common happening with the subscribers of combo offerings when they go overboard their usual data usage limit. However, just like other private telecom operators ship data vouchers to help the subscribers in extending their FUP limit. Similarly, BSNL also has got data vouchers which can be used by the subscribers to get some more data credited to their account. These plans from BSNL start at a measly price of Rs 7 and go high as Rs 998. Here are the data vouchers by BSNL.


BSNL Data Vouchers Benefits and Other Details

The first data voucher from BSNL for the subscribers is the very cheap Rs 7 data voucher which ships 1GB data with one-day validity. Next up, there is the Mini_16 data voucher which comes with one-day validity as well but instead offers double data benefit of 2GB to the subscribers. The different thing with BSNL here is that the telecom operator also ships plans which extend your daily data limit as well. This means that instead of getting lump sum data in a single bundle, the subscribers can extend their base prepaid plan daily data limit by, say 1.5GB data. To do this, they can opt for the Rs 56 data voucher offering 14 days of validity and only 1.5GB data. For the subscribers looking only to access data and nothing else, this plan also holds good.

Going up the ladder, there is the DataTsunami plan of Rs 98 which comes with 24 days of validity, and it offers 20GB of data per day to the subscribers with 40 Kbps after-FUP speed. Bundled with this, the subscribers will get EROS Now subscription as well. In case 2GB data per day is not going to cut it for you, then the subscribers can even decide to spend more and get as much as 5GB data per day for the Rs 548 data voucher which comes with 90 days validity. For someone looking to have a long term offering with massive daily data limit and no other benefits, this plan will make the most sense.

Another similar plan is the Rs 998 data voucher from BSNL, which is actually an STV. This STV comes with 240 days validity, and it ships 2GB data per day to the users. The subscribers also get the PRBT benefit.

Less Choices With Other Prepaid Operators

It is worth noting that all the other telecom operators also ship data vouchers for their subscribers to help them out when they run out of data. But, there are not as many choices in that regard. For example, Reliance Jio subscribers looking to have only daily data offering and no calling benefits simply have the Rs 251 plan from Reliance Jio which comes with 51 days validity and offers 2GB data per day to the users. As compared to that, BSNL subscribers enjoy a lot more choices.

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