BSNL Try to Overtakes Jio with Triple Ace Plan
- Author: Arturo Norris Apr 23, 2017,
Apr 23, 2017, 15:17
Besides, Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone are providing 4G speeds for the data usage. Off-net calls will be charged at 20p/min after exhausting those free minutes. This plan has a validity of 90 days.
The first comes, BSNL's new Triple Ace plan for mobile customers is priced at Rs. 333 and offers unlimited data with 3G speed up to 3GB per day and remain valid for 90 days.
The Indian state-owned telecom company has revised their Rs. 339 plan.
For the users who also want voice calls along with data, the company is also launching a new plan called as 'Nehle per Dehla, ' which costs Rs. 395 and offers 2GB data per day.
It must be noted that the BSNL users will be limited to 3G Internet speed with this plan. After this BSNL chose to revise the Rs. 339 plan and now the users will be getting 3 GB of internet data every day.
Reliance Jio has surely changed the norms of the telecom industry by offering disruptive data plans at dirt cheap prices, forcing other telecom giants to slash prices of their tariff and data plans. It means users can avail 270GB of data at just Rs. 333 or Rs. 1.23 per GB.
With the Rs 349 Dil Khol Ke Bol offer, BSNL customers will be getting unlimited local and STD calls in their home circle and 2GB of 3G data every day after the completion of which they will be migrated to lower 80Kbps speed.
There is nothing better than this - 3 GB/day (speed restriction of 80 kbps after 3GB/day) from existing limit of 2 GB/day, R K Mittal, Director (CM) BSNL Board said. The data show that 400TB worth data were consumed in a single day and close to 30 lakh new users joined BSNL's network.
BSNL's third plan "Nehle Pe Dehla" offers 3000 minutes of calling on the BSNL networks. The plan has a validity of 71 days.