BSNL Offers 20 Percent Extra 3G Data Usage on Postpaid and Prepaid Plans

By July 14th, 2013 AT 1:21 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) state-owned telecom operator launched exclusive special 20% Extra 3G Data offers for its postpaid and prepaid customers in Maharashtra and Goa telecom circle.

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BSNL offering 20% extra 3G Data usage for Prepaid 3G Data Pack of Rs.250, Rs.450, Rs.601 and Rs.750 and 3G Data Fixed Monthly Charges (FMC) of Rs.220, Rs.400, Rs.540, and Rs.670 under Postpaid Services across Maharashtra and Goa Circle.

BSNL 20 percent extra 3G data usage

BSNL Maharashtra’s 20% Extra 3G Data offer will be available till 5th October, 2013 as a promotional offer.

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IN MH SPEED OF BSNL [3G SPEED 100 KBPS WHERE AIRTEL GIVE 800-900 KBPS ]
POOR BSNL

Arjun Chandrashekar
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BSNL is the Worst Operator of Karnataka. Only They are Having Wider Cellular Coverage in Metropolitan Cities, Towns, Rural Areas and Forest Areas With Improper Connectivity, Connectivity of BSNL is Worst Than Aircel, Vodafone, Idea, Airtel. BSNL Internet are So Worst Such That if A Single Shower will Showers, it will Get Disconnected, Such a Worthless Operator is Not Acceptable. I Personally Recommend For Idea as If Idea is Having Better Service in Karnataka

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