BSNL Launches New EVDO Data Plans for Rs.200 and Rs.399

By October 3rd, 2012 AT 7:17 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) once again cuts down its EVDO data tariff by introducing two new data plans for Rs.200 and Rs.399 to be more competitive in Wireless Broadband market. BSNL EVDO can offer upto 3.1 Mbps down-link and upto 1.8 Mbps up-link on their EVDO Rev A network.

BSNL EVDO

BSNL has decided to offer 2 new plans for its EVDO Data service priced at Rs.200 and Rs.399 which offers 2GB and 5GB High Speed Data usage respectively valid for 30 Days from the date of Recharge.

MRP Free Data Usage Data Charges After Free Usage Validity
Rs.200 2 GB 10p/100 KB (Peck hours) and  5p/100 KB (off peak hours) 30 Days
Rs.399 5 GB 30 Days
Note :  Off peak hours –11pm to 7am and peak hours –7am to 11pm

Currently wireless broadband market is mostly dominated by EVDO players – RCom ( Reliance Netconnect+), Tata Docomo CDMA (Photon+) and MTS India (MBlaze) while 3G-HSPA data services now slowly looking to make their way to the consumers after recent reduction in tariff by various operators.

BSNL EVDO services is the cheapest option in India for wireless broadband as only BSNL offers Unlimited usage at Rs.750 per month with No Fair Usage Policy (FUP).

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Mohan Gadagkar

Should we use this. EVDO recharges to our GSM similar of bank mobile?

baskar
baskar

pls change my postpaid evdo, to monthly 399rs evdo plan

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