We’re now into September 2017 and telecom operators are already shedding out new plans to the users. Vodafone and Idea Cellular have launched a slew of new plans, while BSNL has made necessary changes to its popular plans. Check out the new plans introduced by India’s top telecom operators.
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Vodafone has come up with a new offer for select users in Kolkata. The operator is offering unlimited voice calls and 84GB 3G/4G data (1GB data per day) for 84 days with a recharge of Rs. 396. And yes, this offer is valid for the existing customers as well.
Another offer Vodafone introduced is for Delhi users. The company is offering 10GB of data at just Rs. 96 for 28 days. The 10GB data is classified into 8GB of 4G data and 2GB of 4G/3G data. An excellent offer from Vodafone after a long time.
India’s third largest telecom operator, Idea Cellular has come up with some new offers for its users in Kerala. Idea is offering three plans of Rs. 397, Rs. 304, and Rs. 201 for select users in Kerala.
The Rs. 397 plan from Idea offers unlimited voice calls and 84GB data (1GB data per day) for 84 days. The Rs. 304 plan gives unlimited voice calls and 28GB data (1GB data per day) for 28 days. Lastly, the Rs. 201 plan provides unlimited voice calls and 1GB data for 28 days.
State run telecom operator, BSNL, yet again revised its popular plans. The BSNL Triple ACE plan of Rs. 333 now got a validity cut to 56 days from the previous 90 days for South Zone. The BSNL Chukka 444 plan has also now been modified. The Rs. 444 plan which usually offered 4GB data per day for 90 days now offers only 2GB data per day for 90 days. This change is applicable only for South Zone circles where BSNL operates.
Recently, BSNL made a change to its popular Nehle per Dehla plan of Rs. 395. The validity of the plan was decreased to 56 days from 71 days, but now, BSNL has extended the validity again to 71 days across pan-India. All these changes will be reflected from September 4, 2017.
Lastly, a report says that BSNL has withdrawn the BSNL Sixer 666 plan in Kerala. BSNL customers in Kerala won’t be able to recharge with the BSNL Sixer plan of Rs. 666 from today.
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