BSNL Has Several Plans Offering Talk Time to Be Used After Running Out of Daily Calling Limit

Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea removed the FUP limit on off-net voice calls now, but we're not sure whether BSNL and Reliance Jio will come up with any such decision in the coming weeks

By December 7th, 2019 AT 4:58 PM
Highlights
  • In some circles, BSNL is offering Rs 10 and Rs 20 talk time plans as physical voucher recharges
  • BSNL is now capping daily voice calls at 250 minutes
  • BSNL yet to increase tariff prices unlike private telcos

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has started limiting voice calls on a daily basis. Almost all the unlimited prepaid plans from BSNL now has a daily FUP limit of 250 minutes, post which all the calls will be charged at standard rates. Similar to private telcos, BSNL is also providing several talk time plans to the customers and they at as low as Rs 10. The company also has a talk time plan of Rs 5,500 which comes with extra TT benefit of Rs 6,000. Bharti Airtel also has a prepaid plan of Rs 5,000, whereas Jio and Vodafone Idea have a maximum talk time plan of Rs 1,000. Besides BSNL, no other telco is shipping full talk time benefit with the talk time plans.

BSNL Talk Time Plans Under Rs 100 Detailed

BSNL has a wide-range talk time plans under Rs 100; To be precise, the government-led telco has a total of seven talk time plans under Rs 100. The Rs 10 plan comes with Rs 7,47 talk time benefit, Rs 20 plan offers Rs 14.95 benefit and the Rs 30 plan ships with Rs 22,42 talk time balance. The Rs 50, Rs 55 and Rs 60 plans offer Rs 39,37, Rs 43.61 and Rs 47.85 talk time benefit respectively. Lastly, we have the Rs 100 plan which offers just Rs 81.75 talk time benefit to the customers.

BSNL Talk Time Plans Under Rs 500 Detailed

Between Rs 100 and Rs 500, BSNL is offering prepaid plans of Rs 110, Rs 200, Rs 200, Rs 280 and Rs 500. The Rs 110 plan provides Rs 90.22 talk time benefit, but in some circles, it offers full talk time benefit to the customers. The Rs 200 and Rs 200 plans come with Rs 166.49 and Rs 183.44 talk time balance respectively. The Rs 280 and Rs 500 talk time plans ship with Rs 234.29 and Rs 420.73 balance to the customers. Do make a note that the Rs 280 talk time plan is not available in all the telecom circles where the company is operating right now.

BSNL Talk Time Plans Under Rs 3,000 Detailed

We now have talk time plans of Rs 550, Rs 1,000, Rs 1,100, Rs 1,500, Rs 2,000, Rs 2,500 and Rs 3,000 around the Rs 3,000 price tag. As for the talk time benefit, the Rs 550 plan offers Rs 463.10 balance; Rs 1,000 plan offers Rs 844.46 talk time balance, and the Rs 1,100 prepaid plan ships with Rs 929.20 talk time benefit to the customers.

The Rs 1,500, Rs 2,000 and Rs 2,200 prepaid plans provide Rs 1,268.19, Rs 1,691.92 and Rs 1861.41 talk time benefit respectively. The Rs 2,200 and Rs 3,000 talk time plans come with Rs 2,115.64 and Rs 2,539.37 talk time benefit with unlimited validity. Another thing worth noting the validity of the talk time benefit will be unlimited.

BSNL Talk Time Plans Under Rs 5,500 Detailed

BSNL prepaid users who’re looking for talk time plans over Rs 3,000, the company has two options- Rs 3,300 and Rs 5,000. The Rs 3,300 talk time plan offers Rs 3,500 balance and the premium Rs 5,500 plan comes with Rs 6,000 balance. As you can see, both the Rs 3,300 and Rs 5,500 prepaid plans offer more than full talk time benefit to the users.

Aforesaid, majority of the BSNL unlimited prepaid plans now cap the voice calls to 250 minutes per day, so these talk time plans will come in handy for the customers once they exhaust the daily limit.

Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea removed the FUP limit on off-net voice calls now, but we’re not sure whether BSNL and Reliance Jio will come up with any such decision in the coming weeks.

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Out of curiosity I thought let’s test Jio’s speed at two different locations and to my instinct still there is no improvement till date. I also tried testing near busy area and every time test failed. Voice cracking and voice blank is next big issue on Jio.

Price hike is good but Jio seriously should focus on improving the quality else it would be another rcom. Charge but provide quality of service or atleast a base quality of around 2Mbps on internet with >1% of voice issues for atleast 90-95% of time.

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Sahil Shah
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Are you using CA enabled phone? If no, then speeds are bound to be low at most of the places.

Anil
Anil

I dont get it

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