BSNL introduces new data pack for East Zone, offers 1.5GB data for Rs. 118

By January 20th, 2016 AT 12:56 PM

BSNL has introduced a new data STV, which is priced at Rs. 118, and it is exclusive to East Zone. The new promotional data STV is available from January 21, 2016 to March 31, 2016.

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This data pack is offers 1.5GB of 3G/2G data, and comes with a validity of 7 days. Only subscribers from the East Zone (Orissa, North East, Assam, Jharkhand, Bihar, Kolkata, and West Bengal) can activate this new data pack. BSNL might be testing this new data pack in the East Zone and may introduce it across India in the coming months.

This data pack is similar to BSNL’s Rs. 68 and Rs. 78 data packs that offer 1GB of data for 3 days and 5 days, respectively. The short-validity data packs with more data are tailored towards subscribers who need more data for short a period of time, and they are offered at cheaper rates than monthly data packs.

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vijay kumar soni
vijay kumar soni

No… My dad’s ported airtel number works fine…

mintu sahu
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validity should be 30 day.

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