State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has declared a new plan for its subscribers to continue the tariff war between telecom operators. Under this new offer, BSNL customer can utilize free 2GB of data for a validity period of 30 days.
According to the information, BSNL’s offer is suitable only for new BSNL data subscribers with 3G capable GSM smartphones. Still, after 30 days, the subscribers have to buy new data packs or plans to enjoy mobile internet services. The company mentions that the new promotional offer is based on the Digital India initiative. The company is also ready to help subscribers who are first-time internet users.
Meanwhile, BSNL has expanded the validity of select prepaid mobile plans by 43 percent and increased the data offered by 50 percent. Under this plan, pre-paid plan priced at ₹485 will offer 1.5GB data per day with a validity of 90 days. In the same way, a recharge of ₹666 will give 1.5GB per day data with a validity of 129 days.
Customers opting for the ₹186, ₹187 special tariff plan will get 1GB data per day with a validity of 28 days. Similarly, ₹349 and ₹429 plans will get 1GB data per day with 54 days and 81 days validity, respectively. All the plans will offer 100 SMSes per day.
The telecom company has also tied-up Detel and launched a new feature phone known as D1 at ₹499. Under this plan, a customer will get talk time of ₹103 with calls to other BSNL numbers at 0.15 per minute and calls to other networks at 0.40 per minute along with a personal ring back tone for 28 days.