MTNL Delhi Launches Half Yearly 3G Data Pack, 100 GB 3G Data For Rs.4999

By January 27th, 2012 AT 5:05 PM

India’s first 3G Mobile service operator Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), toady announced the launch of new Half Yearly 3G Data Pack for its prepaid subscribers in Delhi telecom circle.

In a bid to provide affordable 3G Data services, MTNL introduces new 3G Data Pack for Rs.4999 which offers free 3G Data Usage up to 100 GB valid for 180 Days (6 months) from the date of recharge or activation.

The new plan is innovative and useful for majority of customers who needs 10 to 15 GB/Monthly 3G data plan at affordable rates. With this plan the effective cost of 1 GB data usage is just Rs.50 (Home and Roam). However customer need to pay advance payment of Rs.4999 for 100 GB 3G data usage valid for 6 months.

MTNL 3G subscriber can enjoy 3G data Roaming in more than 1000 cities across India with BSNL 3G network without any extra data charges for national roaming with BSNL network.

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Now it gives only 60Gb… Cheers MTNL … And they are Still having unlimited plans in mumbai


Why always get benefits only by Mumbai/Delhi circle from MTNL, compare to all 3G & broadband vendors that I can tell proudly BSNL is waste by waste

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