Published: Mon, May 07, 2018
Science | By Cecil Little

BSNL launches Rs349 prepaid plan with free calls and 54 GB data

BSNL launches Rs349 prepaid plan with free calls and 54 GB data

Both Airtel and Reliance Jio are arch rivals in the telecom sector and the competition is never ending with both of the entities offering one plan over the other.

Further under RJio's plan, a customer gets unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day and a complimentary subscription for Jio Apps.

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Apart from the ₹349 plan, there's another plan which is priced at ₹348 that offers 2.5 GB of 3G/4G data per day for 28 days. The plan offers unlimited local, STD and roaming calls and 100 SMSes per day.

Every now and then when telcos introduce new plan, it becomes necessary to compare with RJio plans, as the company has maintained it's leadership in providing best offers with heavy data, cheap recharge pack and unlimited voice calls. The telco now offers a recharge pack worth Rs. 299 with 3GB 4G data per day for 28 days. The plan 349 of BSNL also offers 54GB data.

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Having said that, Vodafone recently launched ₹569 plan for its prepaid customers that offers 3 GB of 3G/4G data per day for 84 days along with other benefits like free voice calls, free calls on national roaming, and, 100 free SMS per day. BSNL, which is still stuck on 3G network, is soon expected to roll-out 4G services. The validity of the plan is 54 days. It also offers 100 SMS per day and unlimited voice calls. It is now available in Assam, Mumbai, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh West/East circles. However, the new Rs 349 pack provides the same per day data limit but for a validity of 28 days only.

Recently, Vodafone also launched two new plans in a bid to take on competitors Jio and Airtel.

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RJio's Rs 349 pack gives 1.5GB data per day for a validity period of 70 days, hence giving a total 105GB data to their customers. The Rs 349 plan with 3GB data does not show for Delhi NCR circle on Vodafone's website. Vodafone also has Rs 509 pack where it offers 1.4 GB per day for 90 days and Rs 549 which gives 3.5 GB per day for 28 days. The new plan is essentially a revamped version of the Rs. 348 plan with 500MB more data per day.

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