BSNL Prepaid Plan of Rs 599 Offering 180 Days Worth of Unlimited Calling

BSNL's latest debut in its prepaid portfolio is a high value plan of Rs 599 which will extend the validity for prepaid users

By April 21st, 2019 AT 5:34 PM
  • The unlimited calling in this plan will be for all circles except Mumbai and Delhi
  • BSNL has also extended its much popular 25% cashback offer for broadband users

There is no other telecom operator in the industry right now which is as actively revamping its prepaid portfolio as Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). In the past few weeks, we have seen plenty of revisions in not only prepaid plans of BSNL but also in its broadband plans as well. However, this isn’t the news about the revision of any BSNL prepaid plan but is about the presence of another unique offering from BSNL which will avail validity extension benefit for the subscribers. BSNL subscribers will be able to use this new Rs 599 plan to extend their validity. Stick through with us to check out what other benefits this new Rs 599 plan by BSNL offers.

BSNL Rs 599 Validity Extension Plan

The plan that we are talking about here is the Rs 599 prepaid plan of validity extension or for plan migration customers. The subscribers of any prepaid plan of BSNL will be able to recharge using this plan to extend the plan of their validity by 180 days. When the consumers recharge with this plan, they will extend the validity or the expiration date by six months, and in this period, they will get access to free local, STD and roaming calls. However, these calls will exempt the Mumbai and Delhi circle where BSNL does not have operations. If you are currently on some other BSNL plan and your plan is about you expire, then you can use the Rs 599 prepaid recharge plan to update your plan validity and extend it by 180 days. This plan is currently available for users in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana circle.

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BSNL Revisions and Cashback Offers

It is now also very well known in the industry that BSNL is making revisions to its plans to aligns its moves with the consumer-centric vision which it had announced earlier. The alterations that BSNL is making are not only happening for prepaid or postpaid plans, but even broadband subscribers are enjoying the spree of revisions which BSNL is making these days. Recently we heard that BSNL is extending its 25% cashback offer on annual broadband plans which was supposed to be limited till December 31, 2018. Subscribers who were buying the annual broadband plans of BSNL were granted 25% cashbacks as BSNL credit which was then usable by the subscribers to buy more BSNL services or to be used in paying the future bills. BSNL has also increased the validity of the Rs 349 prepaid recharge plan which was previously offering 54 days of validity but after the revision shipped 64 days of validity. Also, the plan was revised to offer 2.2GB additional data benefit valid till April 30, 2019, thus totalling the data benefit of the plan to 3.2GB data.

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Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.

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“BSNL is making revisions to its plans to aligns its moves with the consumer-centric vision” – is a sad cruel joke. Airtel has Rs.597/6 months plan offering unlimited calls + 300 sms/month + 6 GB data, and BSNL has just unlimited calls and NO sms or data, for the same period and price. How is this consumer-centric and competitive? Am not even comparing it with Jio, where BSNL would be put to shame! The claims of BSNL being consumer centric and competitive is all a farce! Even a naive person can understand that. Either BSNL people are being uncompetitive by… Read more »

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