BSNL ‘Loot Lo’ Offer Announced; Avail 60% Discount On Postpaid Plans in November 2017

By October 23rd, 2017 AT 8:55 AM

BSNL has come up with a new scheme called ‘Loot Lo’ for the customers who’re looking to join BSNL postpaid network in November 2017. Under this offer, BSNL is offering up to 60% discount for customers who will be paying advance rental for the plan they choose.


Here’s how the BSNL Loot Lo offer works: A total of seven BSNL plans are applicable under this offer- Plan 1525, Plan 1125, Plan 799, Plan 725, Plan 525, Plan 325, and Plan 225. So, if a customer is looking to pay 12 months advance payment for any the plan mentioned above, then he will receive up to 60% discount on the plan. The state-run operator is also giving a discount on six-month advance rental and 3-month advance rental as well. This offer is valid on a pan-India basis.

Take a look at the image below for the discount details of the offer:


However, there are some terms and conditions for this offer, which you should know. This discount offer is not applicable on BSNL’s entry-level postpaid plans- Plan 99 and Plan 145. Also, the discount option is for advance rentals only and not on monthly rental schemes.

BSNL also stated that existing BSNL customers can also avail this offer, however, there should not be any pending bill payment though. Also, existing customers may migrate to other plans using this offer. In case of new customers opting for the advance rental plan in November 2017, BSNL is waiving off the installation charges though. This offer is applicable for retail as well as enterprise customers.

Lastly, there’s one more offer for customers who haven’t paid their bill payment for more than four months. BSNL is offering a discount of 25% on pending bill payment, but the customer has to choose either 12-month or 6-month or 3-month advance rental scheme.

BSNL also updated its postpaid plans to offer more data. Now the same postpaid plans are delivering 500% more data. Take a look at all the new BSNL postpaid plans by heading over here.

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You better termed it as “loot jao” offer. I have been a BSNL customer since last 7 years residing in south Gujarat. Since launch of daily data plans by BSNL its network has become horrendous. There has always been high call drop rate in BSNL compared to other networks but it wasn’t highlighted in any of the surveys unfortunately. And with limited 5 Mhz spectrum they tried to mimick jio and failed terribly. But the most important thing that I want to mention over here is the unreliability aspect of BSNL. A high call drop rate coupled with unreliable data… Read more »


Get Idea!!!!!


Well I don’t bother about BSNL service as it has been my secondary connection.

S Gopal
S Gopal

The disparity in the quality of network varies from circle to circle and even in a circle from region to region. It is unfortunate that in your region the network is not upto the mark with high call drops, surprising since in the recent years the network in Gujarat has considerably improved and H+ data network and corresponding H+ speeds are available. Personally, I continue to remain a postpaid subscriber of BSNL Mobile and have always found the plans economical and the network reliable although yes at places and times it has been below par, but, with none of the… Read more »


I see BSNL is also adopting new methods to cheat customers – the deal with advance rental plans is that you will NOT get refund of your balance paid rental if you wish to change the plans in the duration of 3/6/12 months period. Maximum discount is on 12-month ARP, of course, because that means customer is locked to one old, outdated plan. Do you think this works when telcos are changing plans on average every 3 months? BSNL will not improve unless they change the method of hiring and fire the bureaucracy. It’s a dead end for this telco… Read more »

S Gopal
S Gopal

Admitedly, certain plans have been in existence probably since the launch of postpaid CellOne services of BSNL in early 2000s, such as the 325 Plan and the 525 Plan, and you are correct to this extent. While the plans notably 325 and 525 have been around since time immemorial, however, while many would think it is a situation of old wine in a new bottle or even old wine in an old bottle, on the contrary it is new wine in an old bottle. While the plan names have not changed, the customer has automatically benefitted from upward revisions of… Read more »

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