BSNL Revises Unlimited BlackBerry 3G Plan, Launches New 2G Plans

By August 26th, 2011 AT 7:57 PM

India’s National telecom Backbone and Mobile service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today revamped its BlackBerry Service Plan Portfolio with the launch of new Prepaid Blackberry Short and Long Validity Plans and revision of Unlimited BlackBerry 3G Plan for its Postpaid and Prepaid subscribers across all the telecom circles.

Changes in Unlimited BlackBerry 3G Plan :

BSNL has made bit changes in BlackBerry Unlimited 3G Plan-999, now its Prepaid (Rs.898) and Postpaid (Rs.999) 3G BlackBerry Plan subscribers will get Unlimited Free Data Usage only on BlackBerry Handset.

If subscriber tethering or sharing the BlackBerry 3G Internet connection with an Internet-capable other device/PC/Laptop from their BlackBerry handset than Data usage will be limited to 2 GB/month and beyond that 5paisa per 10 KB will be charged. All new changes will be applicable from September 1 , 2011.

Apart from the above revision all other terms and condition will be remain same and the similar changes will also applicable for BES Plan-875 subscribers.

New Prepaid BlackBerry STVs (Short and Long Validity Plans) :

BSNL also launches New Prepaid Blackberry Plans with 7 / 90 / 180 days validity for its 2G Prepaid subscribers across all the circles.

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On my new laptop I had copied my website for two fields by mistake, sorry about that

@Amit Kr. Das
Airtel = Heaven, I would agree with you. I find BSNL [3G] is also good in Bangalore

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