BSNL relaunches Unlimited 3G Data Plans for Rs 241

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The price war among telecom companies doesn’t seem to negate anytime soon. All the companies are trying to beat their rivals with a new voice or data plan every now and then. The next big thing in today’s time is unlimited data, and BSNL looks forward to drawing godsend with both hands.

As per the reports, the company has come out with two unlimited 3G data plans for prepaid customers in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh circles. It is a 90-day promotional offer, and if things fall in line at the end of this period, BSNL will think about launching these plans in other circles as well. Here are the details of these unlimited 3G data plans

The price war among telecom companies doesn’t seem to negate anytime soon. All the companies are trying to beat their rivals with a new voice or data plan every now and then. The next big thing in today’s time is unlimited data, and BSNL looks forward to drawing godsend with both hands.

As per the reports, the company has come out with two unlimited 3G data plans for prepaid customers in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh circles. It is a 90-day promotional offer, and if things fall in line at the end of this period, BSNL will think about launching these plans in other circles as well. Here are the details of these unlimited 3G data plans-

Plan 1 (STV 241): Users will get 1GB 3G internet with a validity of 28 days. After the 1 GB limit is over, users will continue enjoying unlimited internet at a speed of 80 Kbps.

Plan 2 (STV 351): By paying 351 rupees, users will get 2 GB 3G Internet with 28 days validity. After 2 GB data limit is over, users will get unlimited data at a speed of 80Kbps. The recharge value includes all the taxes.

The above-stated data packs will work with APN BSNL net only. At a time, when high-speed Internet is becoming an indispensable need, both of these low-cost data plans can initiate a new price war among leading telecom service providing companies in India.