BSNL Rs 199 Prepaid Plan Launched Offers 2GB Data Daily With Calling Know About It

New Delhi, Tech Desk. BSNL has launched a new prepaid plan to give a tough competition to Jio, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea. The price of this new prepaid plan is Rs 199. Along with this, the company has also announced to remove PV 186 plan from its platform, in which users get 2GB of data daily with a validity of 28 days. At the same time, talking about the new plan, users will be given the facility of calling with high speed data.

BSNL’s Rs 199 plan

The new prepaid plan of BSNL comes with a validity of 30 days. In this plan, consumers will get 2GB data per day. Also, users will be given 250 minutes daily to call on any network. However, OTT app will not be subscribed to in this plan. At the same time, users of all telecom circles will be able to recharge this plan from December 24.

Note: From January 1, 2021, BSNL’s PV 186 prepaid plan will not be available to consumers.

Let us tell you that BSNL launched a new prepaid plan of Rs 365 in the last month i.e. November. Talking about this plan, it comes with a time limit of 365 days. There will be a Combopack with this recharge pack, under which you will get unlimited voice calling of maximum 250 minutes daily. Also, 2GB data and 100 SMS will be available daily. The free service offered by the company under Combopack comes with a validity of 60 days. Under this offer, after the limit of 250 minutes free voice call is over, users will have to recharge according to the base tariff plan. The internet speed of users will be reduced to 80Kbps after the 2GB of daily data lost in this offer.

BSNL Rs 365 recharge plan Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kolkata, West Bagal, North-East, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Chennai And is available in U.P.

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