BSNL rationalizes prepaid data tariff plans, Now Offers 1GB 3G Data at Rs 139 valid for 20 Days

By September 23rd, 2014 AT 10:00 AM

BSNL has been revising its tariff plans for its broadband and landline services in all its circles these days. It has now announced a rationalization of the prepaid data STVs.  You’ll now get lesse data in the same price and it has introduced two new plans too. Let us take a look at what has changed:

  • The Rs 17 plan which gave you 100MB of data will now give you 90MB of data.
  • The Rs 39 plan which gave you 240MB of data will now give you 200MB of data.
  • The Rs 78 plan which gave you 450MB of data will now give you 400MB of data its validity has decreased from 15 days to 14 days.
  • The Rs 98 plan which gave you 650MB of data will give you the same amount of data but will be valid for 19 days instead of 21 days.
  • The Rs 139 plan which gave you 1GB of data will give you the same amount of data but will be valid for 20 days instead of 21 days.
  • The Rs 155 plan which gave you 1GB of data will give you the same amount of data but will be valid for 28 days instead of 30 days.

The BSNL News 3G STVs introduced are:

BSNL has also introduced two new 3G data plans offering 1GB 3G benefits at Rs 177.

  • Rs 177 for 1GB of data for 30 days
  • Rs 231 for 1.2GB of data for 30 days

The new plans will be implemented starting 30/9/2014 .

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Though I trust BSNL but its coverage in the city area of Sector-9 HUDA is so poor that the the signal keeps disappearing during logging to any i site which is very frustrating and no improvement in last two years despite askin officials who just say a Tower will be installed . Compare this to all private operators with full coverage . Obviously consumers will Port Out . Why a Govt owned should not be the best and attract more&more customers ! Any hope ? 2. Also BSNL is Controlling I functiong but earning revenue by deducting amount without consumers… Read more »


What do we do for survival? Daily income is stuck for the past 5 years around 2$ on an average for majority of Indians.Subsidies are being gradually truncated.sad to see our communicational needs being exploited like this from all quarters.

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