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BSNL Try to Overtakes Jio with Triple Ace Plan: 270 GB Data at 333 INR

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BSNL announced three new plans on Friday. They were in the range of 333 INR to 395 INR. The new plans will be offering benefits of 3 GB per day along with unlimited calling. The plans are the latest in the line of offered given by the telecom operators. Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea- all of these are promoting their services. There is a rage in the telecom industry. This started after Reliance Jio made its entry into the telecom market.

BSNL has launched its new Triple Ace Plan. This plan is priced at 333 INR for the mobile customers. The plan offers unlimited 3G speed for 3 GB data every day. This plan would be valid for 3 months. This was reported in a statement given by the company. The users can thus enjoy as much as 270 GB of data at 333 INR. This equates to just Rs. 1.23 per GB.

It must be noted that the BSNL users will be limited to 3G Internet speed with this plan. This is in contrast to the 4G data speed offered by Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Airtel, and Idea. However, it can be a decent plan if BSNL 3G network is good in your area.

BSNL has also announced “Dil Khol Ke bol”. This is priced at 349 INR. In this plan, the customers will get unlimited local and STD calls. Additionally, they will also get 2 GB data with 3G speed daily. After this, the Internet speed will be reduced to 80KB. This plan is a take on the “Dhan Dhana Dhan” plan offered by Reliance Jio.

In the Dhan Dhana Dhan plan, the users get free voice calling along with SMS benefits. There is also free national roaming service. The users also get 1 GB of 4G data per day for the next 84 days. This is priced at just 309 INR for the Jio Prime membership. It also offers 2 GB of 4G data at 509 INR for the Jio Prime Membership.

BSNL’s third plan “Nehle Pe Dehla” offers 3000 minutes of calling on the BSNL networks. It also offers 1800 minutes of calling to the other networks. There is the offer of 2 GB data on 3G speed daily. The plan is priced at 395 INR. The plan is valid for 71 days.

Great way to go for BSNL users!

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