BSNL Kolkata Introduces 3 Unlimited GPRS Pack

By December 3rd, 2009 AT 11:01 AM

BSNL Kolkata Introduces 3 Unlimited GPRS PackBharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) Kolkata Metro circle unit which is known as Calcutta Telephones introduces three unlimited GPRS packages for its prepaid GSM Mobile subscribers tagged as Rs.75 GPRS pack, Rs125 GPRS pack and Rs.230 GPRS pack.

BSNL GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) offers high speed data services in 2.75 EDGE GSM and UMTS 3G network. It uses Packet Mode Technique to transfer data and provides connectivity to Internet. Users will be able to browse Internet using handsets supporting Internet browsing and also browsing of Internet from Laptops and Desktop computers is possible by connecting the computer with the GPRS enabled mobile handset through a data cable or Infrared connectivity.

BSNL GPRS packs of Rs.75 comes with 7 days validity offering unlimited GPRS access whereas Rs.125 GPRS pack is valid of 15 days and Rs.230 GPRS Pack is valid for 30 days. All GPRS packs can also be used on PC and laptop.

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can i download free of cost, while using this pack? if yes then how much it would give data transfer speed?


first you should know that mumbai starting From Kalyan is under MTNL not Bsnl

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