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BSNL Rs. 398 Prepaid Plan Reintroduced for 90 Days


Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced the extension of its Rs. 398 particular tariff voucher (STV) limitless pay as you go plan for its subscribers. This plan was initially launched in January on a promotional foundation and the provide was slated to finish on April 9. However, the telco has introduced an extension of this plan for 90 extra days, permitting pay as you go subscribers to nonetheless avail the advantages in the event that they want to. The extension of this BSNL pay as you go plan will start on April 10 and finish on July 8.

The firm tweeted from its Chennai handle to announce the extension of BSNL STV 398 pay as you go plan. The advantages of the STV 398 plan stay the identical. It presents limitless high-speed information with none FUP cap, limitless voice calls in Home, LSA, and National networks together with MTNL community in Delhi and Mumbai. It additionally presents 100 SMS messages per day and comes with a validity of 30 days.

BSNL notes that SMS and Voice advantages beneath this voucher can’t be used for outgoing SMS and voice calls to premium numbers, IN numbers, worldwide numbers, and different chargeable brief codes. For these, the subscriber might be charged relevant tariffs. The firm additionally notes that this voucher is meant solely for the non-public use, and never for unauthorised telemarketing or industrial use. Also, BSNL talked about in its round that unutilized free advantages might be forfeited on the expiry of the present recharge of the plan.

This comes after BSNL introduced three new DSL broadband plans, priced at Rs. 299, Rs. 399, and Rs. 555. All of them include 10Mbps pace, which is slower in comparison with BSNL’s Bharat Fibre plans. They include FUP limits of 100GB, 200GB, and 500GB, respectively, after which customers can proceed to browse the (*90*) at a lot decrease speeds.


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