Headlines speak that a new Rs. 249 BSNL plan will be offering up to 300GB of data in a month, called BB Unlimited 249. State-owned telecom operator BSNL has introduced this new plan under which users will be getting almost 300 GB of data per month. Also, the new plan offers partial free calls during night time. The plan is only valid for new customers, so old and existing customers are out of this offering.
In order to avail this BSNL 249 Unlimited data offer, you must become a new customer then. A BSNL executive confirmed the new 249 Broadband plan, and also added that the Rs. 249 plan will be valid for next six months after which it will be charged to Rs. 499.
The new Rs. 249 broadband plan from BSNL can be seen as a direct competitor to Reliance Jio and Airtel’s costly plans and other telecom operators on the go.
Final sign up date for users of Rs. 249 plan was been available till March, but nevertheless, BSNL exec has confirmed that it will be extended for new users for some more time. With that said, the plan was only valid to new customers. Existing subscribers are advised to take a new connection if they want to grab the offer.
Consumers will get up to 10GB daily data under the all-new Rs. 249 plan. The executive although explained that users will get a speed of up to 2Mvps till 10GB data download after which the speed will be reduced to 1Mbps.
The new BSNL Rs. 249 plan is valid across all cities where BSNL offers its services except J&K and Andaman Nicobar regions. Any data not consumed during the period of 10GB cap will be carried forward to the next day.
This is something like an add-on pack, Rs. 249 plan will also offer unlimited free night calls between 9PM to 7AM. The BSNL exec added that the unlimited free calling will be extended to all Sundays and calls to any networks in India will be free-of-charge. Stay tuned for more! Enjoy.
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