BSNL Launches Pan India Yearly 3G Data Packs for Prepaid Customers

By April 9th, 2013 AT 11:20 AM

India’s National telecom backbone and Pan India 3G Mobile and Data service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today announced the launch of 3 new Yearly 3G Data Packs for its prepaid subscribers.

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BSNL introduces new Yearly 3G Data packs of Rs.1251, Rs.2299 and Rs Rs.3299 offering 0.75 GB, 1.5 GB and 2.5 GB 3G data usage per month for 12 months.

These new plans can be used while Home network as well as National Roaming on BSNL/MTNL network across India without any data roaming charges. The new packs will be available from 15th April 2013 in all circles across India.

DPV-3299DPV-2299DPV-1251
MRP of 3G Data Plan VoucherRs.3299Rs.2299Rs.1251
FREE 3G Data Usage2.5 GB per month for 12 months1.5 GB per month for 12 months0.75 GB per month for 12 Months
Main Account ValidityOne year from the date of recharge/activations. Further extension of validity, through same plan voucher.
AvailabilityThrough C- Top-up only
ApplicabilityFor any 2G & 3G data plans with and without sale of BSNL 3G Data Card or any of the BSNL bundled Data Card
Base Voice Tariff planPrepaid  “Per minute Plan”
Terms & Conditions :

  1. BSNL Telecom Circles can suitably adjust the MRP in the price band upto Rs.5 (+ / -) of above price considering the local market condition and technical feasibility.
  2. In case of Jammu and Kashmir circle, MRP of Special Tariff Voucher are exclusive of Service tax.
  3. The above plans will be implemented and with effect from 15-04-2013.
  4. All other terms and conditions will remain the same.

Old 3G Data Packs -Withdrawn : With the launch of above new “Yearly 3G Data Packs”, BSNL will close few data packs like Best Value Plan 700, 3G Combo data plans of Rs.331, Rs.551, Rs.1103 and Rs.2206, 3G data STVs for Tablets of Rs.80, Rs.751 and Rs.1000, and Data STVs for 3G Wi-Fi Router Rs.1500, Rs.2200 and Rs.3000 from 15th April, 2013.

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