Exclusive : BSNL To Launch Diwali Offers For Students

By October 26th, 2012 AT 12:09 PM

India’s National telecom Backbone and GSM service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) is geared up to launch special Diwali festival offers for Students across India.

From 5th November,2012, BSNL will introduce 2 new prepaid offers specially designed for Students where in it will give FREE 2G SIM Card along with its Students Plan at discounted price and Data Voucher (starter kit) for free.

Under ‘Voice Plan for Students‘ offer, BSNL will provide free 2G SIM card and Student Plan Voucher worth Rs.97 for Rs.49 with all freebies like free 100 Minutes for Voice calls, 200 Local and National SMS and 100 MB free data usage.

While with ‘Data Plan for Students’ offer,BSNL will provide free 2G SIM card and Data Plan Starter Voucher worth Rs.51 for FREE.

BSNL Diwali offer for Students (w.e.f. 5 November, 2012) :

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Saurabh Pandey

Why any one is not suggesting me something to solve my problem. Please help me to solve my problem.

Rajes
Rajes

what you commented is a wrong information.If you have 3G handset,In an existing 2g BSNL SIM CARD itself we can get the 3G network and 3G speed.No need to buy a new 3G sim@sujit

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