BSNL to Offer 500% More Data With All Its Postpaid Plans Starting November 1, 2017

By October 22nd, 2017 AT 12:36 PM

Telecom operators are now looking to retain their postpaid subscribers by offering more data with the plans. After Airtel increasing postpaid data by more than 1000%, BSNL has now announced that it will be updating its postpaid plans with 500% more data starting November 1, 2017.


As per, BSNL has upgraded all its postpaid plans. BSNL’s postpaid plans start from Rs. 99 and go all the way up to Rs. 1525. The Plan-99 currently offers 250MB of data, but very soon, it will offer 500MB, which is double the previous data offering.

BSNL Plan-149 postpaid plan earlier did not offer any data, but now, the same plan gives 500MB data per billing cycle. The Plan-225 modified to offer 3GB from the earlier 1GB data it used to offer. Also, the BSNL Plan-525 gives 15GB data from the earlier 3GB data.

The BSNL Plan-725 will offer 30GB data from the earlier 5GB data, whereas the Plan-799 plan offers 60GB data from November 1, up from the previous 10GB data.

Lastly, the two premium postpaid plans from BSNL offer insane data per month. The BSNL Plan-1125 plan gives 90GB data from the earlier 20GB data, and lastly, the Plan-1525 offers unlimited data without any speed restriction. The same Plan-1525 used to offer 30GB data from the earlier one.

With this change, BSNL is offering the best postpaid plans in the industry, beating Airtel and Reliance Jio hands down. The best of all is the premium Plan-1525 that offers unlimited data without any cap.

In contrast, Airtel is offering 100GB data with its Rs. 1,599 tariff plan and Reliance Jio is offering 90GB data with the Rs. 999 plan for a billing cycle.

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