MTNL Delhi Rationalizes 3G Data Plans – 50 GB 3G Data Usage for Rs.449

By June 22nd, 2011 AT 4:12 PM

Continuing its leverage of bringing best and affordable 3G services, India’s first 3G Mobile service operator Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), today rationalized its Limited and Short Validity 3G Data Plans for its prepaid subscribers in Delhi circle.

Under extreme competition from the over crowded telecom sector and huge demand of user friendly Mobile Broadband plans, MTNL changes its complete 3G Data Service portfolio (just after the extension of Unlimited Plan and Daily Data Plan) with more friendly limited 3G plans.

With the Rationalization of Existing Short Validity Limited 3G Data Plans, MTNL 3G subscriber now can enjoy 50 GB Data usage for Rs.449, 100 GB Data usage at Rs.849. While Under “Long Validity Limited 3G Plans” subscriber will get 5 GB Data usage for Rs.1199 valid for 180 days from the date of recharge.

Here are the details :

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Krishan kumar sahani
Krishan kumar sahani

Hello sir,
I want to use 50gb plan with 3g speed connection. but it’s not too good plan because therein 7 days validity for complete usage. so can you explain me that which plan is best plan for me because i should one month plan with 30gb to 50gb. sir, please to reply me. if you can.

vijay kumar
vijay kumar

mtnl is good signal strength is always good…. but as far as 3G is concern…. its slow or may be…… usually fluctating between 3G to 2G despite i m paying for 3G.

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