BSNL launches new plans with up to 3GB per day data

BSNL launches new plans with up to 3GB per day data

The telco has even opted for catchy names for its new plans - Dhil Khol Ke Bol (STV349), Triple Ace (STV333), and Nehle pe Dehla (STV395). Besides theses, the telecom network has also revised the popular STV 339 plan to provide more data for its users.

If the information hovering on the internet is to be believed, the State-owned telecom operator - BSNL - is all set launch three new combo plans to take on other private telecom operators. The STV-339 is priced at Rs 339 and comes with a validity of 28 days while the rest of the plan remains unchanged.

Triple Ace plan comes with 3GB data per day and a validity of 90 days, which is better still than what Reliance Jio is offering at the moment.

Earlier this month, the state telecom BSNL announced the "Unlimited Broadband at 249" plan under which users are able to churn out up to 10GB data per day at a monthly price of Rs 249.

Samsung's Galaxy S8 facial recognition feature can be fooled with a photo
Their predecessors hold more market share, have generally been more innovative and have a huge following to boot. According to research company IHS, shipments of the S7 and S7 Edge will reach about 48 million units this year.

Buoyed and encouraged by a record 2.95 million new activations in the month of March, pan-India, BSNL has now triggered a new data war, by offering a plan which hardcore Internet users simply can not refuse.

Nehle per Dehla STV395 plan is offering 3000 BSNL to BSNL free minutes, along with 2 GB/day, and a very interesting offer: 180 minutes of off-the-internet voice calls per month and has a validity of 71 days or 10 weeks. This time, BSNL is offering benefits on-off calling too. This means users would be charged at 20 paisa/minute, for using off-the-net voice calls.

Moreover, all the above-mentioned offers will bring down the internet speed to 80 Kbps once you have exhausted the daily limit of mobile data. Now, BSNL is planning to disrupt the market once again with the announcement of new offers. Now, with 3 GB/day plan, BSNL can now expect more fireworks and more new users. Let us know in the comments space below.

Related News:

  • United issues new policy after plane incident

    United issues new policy after plane incident

    The video has been viewed millions of times worldwide, and caused a global uproar and grabbed headlines in multiple countries. United CEO Oscar Munoz keeps apologizing , but the cell phone videos of Dao's removal - he is 69, by the way - keep playing.

    Corbyn's Labour faces 'decade' in wilderness, says Nun

    The Party has been facing the hard task of securing votes from those who did not vote for Brexit in last year's referendum. She had also backed the Remain camp in the June 23 referendum, but kept a low profile throughout a polarising campaign.
    Monte Carlo Masters: Djokovic dumped out by Goffin

    Monte Carlo Masters: Djokovic dumped out by Goffin

    He will face the victor of the match between Rafa Nadal and Diego Schwartzman in the semi-finals. He came back strongly and forced Goffin to concede a break point in his first service game.
  • Barista's rant over demand for Unicorn Frappuccino

    The Unicorn Frappuccino is no different than cheap mood rings that seem perpetually stuck on an ugly brown or yellow color. The Unicorn Frappuccino may be mythical looking, but it is packed full of sugar and a little too sweet for my taste.
    Fresno rampage suspect details each day of killing spree to police

    Fresno rampage suspect details each day of killing spree to police

    Muhammad also shot Mark Gassett, 37 , of Fresno, who had just picked up groceries at a Catholic Charities building. They scattered, and Muhammad picked the one who was older and appeared heavier: David Jackson, 58, of Fresno.
    'Dreamer' Returned To Mexico Despite Trump Promise

    'Dreamer' Returned To Mexico Despite Trump Promise

    Trump claimed Curiel could not impartially hear the case because of his background and Trump's hardline immigration policies. Montes was reportedly deported to Mexico hours later, after agents told him he could not retrieve his documents.
  • Stephen Colbert bids farewell to Bill O'Reilly: "Stay strong, Papa Bear!"

    The company is making "a pretty big statement" to that effect by dropping O'Reilly, said Hall, the American University professor. The New York Times reported on April 1 that Fox and O'Reilly paid five women a total of $13 million to settle harassment claims.

    Valeant prices psoriasis med SILIQ at $3500/month

    Also, Director Pershing Square Capital Manage sold 3,476,690 shares of the firm's stock in a transaction on Monday, December 12th. Janney Montgomery Scott Limited Liability has invested 0% of its portfolio in Valeant Pharmaceuticals Intl Inc (NYSE:VRX).
    March for Science to take place this weekend

    March for Science to take place this weekend

    Hopefully, seeing a flood of support for research and facts will inspire other scientists to make their voices heard. But the marchers and the activists who organized them will soon have to address what follows the demonstrations.
  • Tennessee student who disappeared with teacher found safe in California

    Cummins' wife, Jill files for divorce, alleging irreconcilable differences have arisen and exist between her and her husband. The pair disappeared on March 13 from Maury County, Tennessee, and were the subject of an ongoing AMBER Alert.

    UC Berkeley calls off Ann Coulter talk for security reasons

    Coulter, the event sponsors, audience, and bystanders could be adequately protected-at any of the campus venues available on April 27th.

    Britain's General Election: A Ploy to Stop 'Hard Brexit'?

    Despite Corbyn's bravado, his party is demoralized and divided under his left-wing leadership and is expected to fare badly. If the election is approved Wednesday, Parliament will be dissolved on May 2, sparking nearly six weeks of campaigning.


Most liked

Ann Coulter vows to speak at Berkeley despite cancellation
The University of California, Berkeley , has reversed its decision to cancel an appearance by conservative firebrand Ann Coulter. The conservative Coulter, who frequently attacks liberals, was bound to draw ire at the notably liberal college campus.

EU in focus as French presidential candidates face off
Conservative candidate Fillon and far-left firebrand Jean-Luc Melenchon have closed the gap substantially in the last two weeks. He said Obama expressed his deep attachment to France and the importance of the relationship between the two countries.

Iowa may absorb $3M cost of cutting Planned Parenthood funds
President Donald Trump signed legislation on April 13 aimed at cutting off federal funding to Planned Parenthood. Now states can prevent abortion providers from receiving any of the money if they so choose.

Ontario to tax non-resident foreign housing buyers 15%
Most of the actions aimed at increasing the supply of homes are centered around the development of new rental apartment buildings. A spokeswoman for Premier Kathleen Wynne said Tuesday a tax on non-resident speculators is one of the measures being considered.

Mike Pence says Trump will attend 3 Asian summits in November
The TPP's demise leaves an alternative pact as the main avenue for boosting trade among the fast-growing economies. The 30th ASEAN Summit and Related Meetings will be held in Manila from April 26 to 29 this year.

H-1B Not Immigration But Trade, Services Issue
The order effectively raises the bar for foreign guest workers used by USA and Indian companies to do work in the US. Baglay said the executive order has to be "acted upon".

Juventus knock Barcelona out of Champions League
The Italian, who has guided Juventus to back-to-back Serie A and Coppa Italia Doubles, has been linked with a move to Arsenal. When Barca did manage to carve out chances, Suarez, Messi and Neymar failed to deliver.

Trump slams Canada as 'disgrace' on dairy policy
Dairy Export Council, the International Dairy Foods Association and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture. All U.S. dairy exports to Canada in 2016 totaled $631.6 million, a 14 percent increase from 2015, according to the U.S.

NBA fines Memphis Grizzlies coach David Fizdale for criticism of officials
In the two games of this series , Kawhi is averaging 34.5 points, 7 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per game. The reason the Grizzlies can't break 82 in this series is because of the abysmal bench play so far.

Ottawa Senators level-headed as 4th battle with Bruins approaches
Ottawa seemed to be cruising in the second period following Hoffman's second goal of the night off a power play to make it 3-0. Instead, the Bruins have had a hard time because more than half of their defense has been crippled by the injury bug.

Mitchell Trubisky: Brugler: Don't count Bears out for early QB
If the Bills trade up for a QB, that would be a pretty strong message to Taylor that they do not have total confidence in him. Given that Floyd looks be on his way to evolving into a franchise pass rusher for Chicago, I'd say that initiative paid off.

May wins Parliament vote to hold snap elections on June 8
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon described the election call as "a huge political miscalculation by the Prime Minister". Media captionJeremy Corbyn says Theresa May "is refusing to defend her record in TV debates and it's not hard to see why".

Gunfire sensors credited with quick arrest in Fresno rampage
It says she barricaded herself in the motel room after Kori Ali Muhammad gunned him down, forcing police to break down the door. Muhammad fired at Williams because he said the security guard disrespected him, Dyer said. "And that's what he set out to do".

Fugitive Joseph Jakubowski captured in Vernon County
Two BearCats, armored vehicles used by law enforcement, on the scene made the initial contact, officials said Friday. The man's description matched that of Jakubowski and the officers took him into custody without incident, he added.

Spain's Albert Ramos-Vinolas knocks out Murray from Monte-Carlo Masters
Andy Murray is out of the Monte-Carlo Masters after a three-set defeat to Spain's Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the third round. The Spaniard won four games in a row before Murray, his serve misfiring, applied some late pressure.