BSNL Launches Fully Unlimited GPRS Pack at Rs.8

By May 11th, 2010 AT 3:30 PM

India’s National telecom backbone and one of the leading GSM Mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL) has launched one new Fully Unlimited GPRS Pack at Rs.8 for its prepaid mobile service subscribers in West Bengal & Sikkim telecom circle.

BSNL Prepaid subscribers in West Bengal circle can opt the Fully Unlimited GPRS/Internet connectivity by paying Rs.8 per for 1 Day access. The Unlimited GPRS pack will works on Mobile Phone as well as browsing through PC or Laptop.

The GPRS Pack of Rs.8 will provide Unlimited Internet browsing and Downloads without and Fare Usage Policy (FUP) for 1 day (up to midnight) from the date of recharges. To enjoy the new Unlimited GPRS plan, BSNL subscriber needs to maintain minimum balance of Rs.50 in their prepaid account.

The new GPRS RC8 will be available in E-Recharge options and applicable for Pre-Activated GPRS users. Subscriber who wants to recharge with it, must say the retailer to recharge with “RECHARGE” option not by “TOP-UP” option. For more details call 94000-24365 from BSNL phone.

Inputs-: Anirban Mukherjee (West Bengal)

68
Leave a Reply

avatar
68 Comment threads
0 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
56 Comment authors
RanjithemanthemantGayathrivimal Recent comment authors
newest oldest most voted
Ranjit
Ranjit

How to fully unlimited net pack in BSNL 2g prepaid sim and what is the cost reply in email…………

hemant
hemant

Plz tell me about unlimited net recharge by shortcut codeand rechage net in 8 rupees

Recent Posts

Nokia 9 PureView Spotted on Geekbench With Snapdragon 845 SoC and 6GB of RAM

HMD Global is all set to begin its 2019 journey. The company is all set to launch its first smartphone...

Airtel Achieves Average 4G Download Speed of 8.6 Mbps, Beats Jio by a Considerable Margin: Tutela

India State of Mobile Networks is an analysis by Tutela about the latest upgrades, coverage, network quality and other parameters...

Huawei Ready to Begin 5G Trials in India With Government’s Approval

Amid reports suggesting that Huawei may not get the government’s approval for 5G trials in India, Huawei India CEO Jay...