BSNL Offers These Affordable 4G Plans to Customers

The first plan that we are listing here is the ‘STV_49’. This plan costs Rs 49 and has a validity of 24 days. Users get 100 minutes of free calling and 2GB of data with 100 SMSes to any network. Post consumption of free calling minutes, users have to pay 45 paisa per minute for voice calling.

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Tanay Singh Thakur

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) offers multiple 4G prepaid plans to customers. If we are talking about affordable plans, then BSNL is right at the top of our list. This is because even though the company’s plans don’t have the backing of a 4G network, they can still offer a lot of value to the customers. These plans are even better when you are

looking for something significant to back you up in your secondary SIM. If you are looking for affordable 4G recharge plans, these are some of the best that you can get from BSNL.

BSNL 4G Recharge Plans That Are Very Affordable

The first plan that we are listing here is the ‘STV_49’. This plan costs Rs 49 and has a validity of 24 days. Users get 100 minutes of free calling and 2GB of data with 100 SMSes to any network. Post consumption of free calling minutes, users have to pay 45 paise per minute for voice calls.

Then there is ‘STV_99’. This plan comes for Rs 99 and has a validity of 22 days. It offers unlimited voice calling along with 99 SMS and a personalised ring tone. There’s no data included with this plan.

You can also check out the ‘STV_147’. This plan comes with a validity of 30 days and offers users 10GB of data with a free subscription to BSNL tunes. There is a voice calling benefit but no SMS benefits with this one which is a little strange.

If you are just looking for a plan that will keep your SIM active and you just want to use it for emergency purposes only, then you can also go with the ‘VoiceRateCutter_19’ plan that only costs Rs 19 per month (30 days). But voice calling with this plan will cost 20 paise per minute to the users.

There are more plans that you can purchase from the website of the telco or through any other third-party recharge applications.

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