BSNL To Offer Free 3.6 Mbps Data Card With Postpaid Plans

By July 30th, 2012 AT 4:17 PM

Pan India 3G mobile and Data service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has decided to offer free 3.G Mbps data card as a promotional Independence day offer for its prospective postpaid customers.

BSNL To Offer Free 3.6 Mbps Data Card With Postpaid Plans

To avail the offer one has to initially pay for cost of the 3.6 Mbps data card as taken from BSNL as per prevailing price and the customer has to subscribe to a postpaid plan with a FMC of more than Rs 400.

The cost of the data card will be returned to the customer by way of monthly cash back in bill over a period of 8 months.

BSNL also offers 3G data tariff plans for prepaid customers which starts from Rs. 25 to Rs. 3000 in all circles. As reported earlier BSNL slashed its 3G Data Card (Terracom LW272 and HFCL 3.6 Mbps) price from Rs. 1600 to Rs. 1280 (Excluding 5% VAT) by 20% approx as a promotional offer.

The above offer will be launched with effect from 1.8.2012.

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let me know to purchase postpaid data card with unlimted plan. how much total cost for handset and what much minimum amount for rental use and plan for that.
kindly reply me

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