Published: Fri, April 21, 2017
Science | By Hubert Green

Tariff war: BSNL plans to launch new offers

Tariff war: BSNL plans to launch new offers

Well, now the telecom company has introduced three new plans - Dil Khol Ke Bol STV 349, Triple ACE STV 333, and Nehle Pe Dehla STV 395.

After Jio introduced 1 GB/day data norm under their new Prime powered data plans, BSNL responded by launching Rs 339 monthly plan, which provided 2 GB/day. The company has also modified the popular STV339 plan to offer more data, as per our sources.

Airtel recently launched three new plans to match Jio's Dhan Dhana Dhan offer and it's time for the state-run telco BSNL to take a jab at Jio.

The second plans at Rs. 77 in which users will get talk value of Rs. 80 along with 40MB data for 10 days and the third plan of Rs.177 is offering talk value of Rs. 180 plus 60MB data for 15 days.

Triple Ace STV333 plan will give 3 GB/day for 90 days, and is the most economical data plan as of now if compared to any telecom operator.

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.

BSNL STV333 offers 3GB per day day. The STV-339 is priced at Rs 339 and comes with a validity of 28 days while the rest of the plan remains unchanged. BSNL's STV395 plan benefits include 2GB data per day, along with 3000 BSNL to BSNL free minutes and 1800 minutes on other networks. Users will be charged at 20 paise per minute after running out of the allotted minute's quota.

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.

Yesterday, BSNL CMD Anupam Shrivastava said they are working on a new plan that provides free off-net calling, and the STV395 might be the one he tweeted about. Let us know in the comments space below.

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