BSNL launch Rs 56 data pack with 250MB for 30 days

By July 12th, 2015 AT 12:36 PM

BSNL has launched new 2G/3G data packs offering 250Mb data for 30 days. The data pack is available for both postpaid and prepaid subscribers.


New prepaid data STV Rs 56 offer 250MB 2G/3G data for 30 days. For postpaid subscribers Rs 50 data add-on is available offering same benefit. Data charges of 2p/10KB for prepaid and 1p/10KB for prepaid after exceeding bundled free data. Both data packs are available starting 16-07-2015 across all circles.

After recent revision of data tariff, cost of BSNL’s lowest available monthly data pack was Rs 198, 1GB for 28 days. With the introduction of new data pack, BSNL subscribers can enjoy whole month internet for as little as Rs 56.

Please share your thoughts on new data pack introduced by BSNL.

Thanks to Sourabh Agrawal

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This is a fake information and still they did’nt removed from the offical website of bsnl.I done the same but no data recharge credited to my bsnl connection prepaid sim.


my nestam plan is deactivated ..can I use data packs …??

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