On the occasion of Diwali BSNL gives double data benefit to subscribers Pan India

By October 29th, 2016 AT 7:34 PM

On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, state run BSNL has launched special Diwali Double Data offers for its customers across India. The data offer is an extension to BSNL’s Diwali Voice plans which the company launched earlier.

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With this new offer BSNL prepaid customers can get double data on a few recharges starting at Rs 67. The other denominations are Rs 155, Rs 198. While those who surf more and prefer long validity can go for Rs 4498, Rs 3998, Rs 2798 and Rs 1498 packs as these packs offer a validity of 365 days and double data on these packs makes it a better deal.

 BSNL Diwali Double Data Offer
Price Existing Data Benefit Double Data Benefit Validity
Rs 68 1 GB 2 GB 1 Day
Rs 155 1 GB 2 GB 15 Days
Rs 198 1 GB 2 GB 28 Days
Rs 4498 40 GB 80 GB  

 

 

365 Days

Rs 3998 30 GB 60 GB
Rs 2798 18 GB 36 GB
Rs 1498 9 GB 18 GB

However, the offer is limited from 28th October to 5th November but we can expect that the company would extend such offers to counter Jio and other operators who are offering 3G/4G data at much lower cost these days to protect their subscriber base.

Note: Do cross check with BSNL before opting the plan

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Neha
Neha

Does the above offer working in Upeast? Has anyone used the above offer ? 🙂

Raghuram
Raghuram

BSNL is the network which is genuine but completely worst coverage of 3g nd above unable to use in villages if we need some speed.

S Gopal
S Gopal

In terms of speed per se, yes, even overall BSNL’s 3G network speeds are behind many other operator’s 3G speeds. Actually, I contend, having been a BSNL Mobile users since its CellOne days and their 3G service user since inception, their 3G network is spread too thin sometimes way too thin across the length and breadth of India. That unwise move financially but in the nation’s interest to connect India has lead to a thinly spread out 3G network and that legacy is something they have to deal with. Things are better now with coverage having expanded and moreover some… Read more »

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