Micromax ties up with BSNL to provide bundled services, to Offer Free Data and Voice Calls

BSNL has just signed an agreement with Micromax to provide bundled services with Micromax devices. It has joined hands to provide bundled services across tablets, smartphones, feature phones and data cards. The products are:

  • Tablet: P410i
  • Smartphone: A37 and A37 B
  • Feature phone: X088
  • Data card: MMX 377G


Micromax will be free to use BSNL’s distribution network. Devices applicable for the offer will come with BSNL stickers to indicate the applicability. Users will be required to buy a recharge of Rs 153 to activate the bundled offers. Here’s what the bundled package will offer.

  • 2GB of free data per quarter for 12 months
  • 500 minutes of free calling per quarter for 12 months (only to other BSNL users)
  • The freebies will be valid for 12 months from the date of activation.

The offer will not be applicable in Northern and Eastern circles. Only Southern and western circles will play host to these offers. The offer makes a decent amount of sense if you own a BSNL connection and are looking for buying any of the above devices.

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August 16, 2014 8:35 pm 8:35 PM

Offtopic Currently I have reliance netconnect 1x data card but I want to upgrade to evdo as at my place no 3g coverage and only evdo operator is Tata Photon Plus. So I want to but a Tata Photon Plus connection and I want to know whether unused data in tata photon plus can be carried forward to the next month or not.

August 16, 2014 12:06 pm 12:06 PM

Nice offer, waiting to see some of this kind with some high end phone. Its time to replace my 1GHz phone.

August 15, 2014 8:39 pm 8:39 PM

I was wondering if these offers can be used in other devices once they are activated in these devices and then sim is placed into other device? Coz no one is going to use voice on a data card and no one is going to use data on something like x088!!! So it makes sense if we could . . .