BSNL’s STV 333 Users Can Enjoy Unlimited Data Without 3GB FUP from May 17-19

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BSNL has been innovative all the years, and in recent times, the company is showing the innovation by launching new tariff plans to rival the private telecom operators. The government-owned company, on the occasion of World Telecommunication and Information Society Day on May 17, 2017, has announced a new scheme called 'Big Data for Big Impact.'

Under the new scheme, BSNL is offering unlimited data for all the users under the STV 333 plan. BSNL's 'Triple Ace' plan aka STV 333 was launched some weeks ago offering 3GB data per day for 90 days. Under the Big Data for Big Impact scheme, BSNL has removed the daily FUP limit of 3GB for three days, i.e. from May 17, 2017, to May 19, 2017.

All the new users who recharge with the STV 333 plan before May 19 can enjoy unlimited data. From May 20, the normal offer will be applicable with 3GB FUP per day and 80Kbps speed beyond the 3GB data.

"On the occasion of ‘World Telecommunication and Information Society’ Day on 17th May, It has been decided by competent authority to provide truly unlimited Data for three days from 17th to 19th May 2017 to existing/new customers of STV333. The speed restriction to 80Kbps after 3GB/day will again be applicable with STV333 from 20th May 2017," BSNL said in a statement.

Alongside the Tripe Ace plan, BSNL also unveiled two plans- 'Dhil Khol Ke Bol' and 'Nehle per Dehla,' offering unlimited benefits to the customers. The Dhil Khol Ke Bol plan costs Rs. 349 and offers unlimited local, STB calls in home circle and 2GB data for 28 days.

The Nehle per Dehla plan is one of the best plans from BSNL right now as it gives 2GB data per day along with 3000 BSNL to BSNL free minutes for 71 days. Also, the plan provides 1800 off-net minutes which will also be valid for 71 days. The Triple Ace plan can be activated via USSD code *444*333# or can be recharged via the web recharge portal.

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