5 Benefits in Shifting to BSNL 1125 Postpaid Plan from Your Existing Pack

With the entrance of Reliance Jio into the Indian telecom sector, things are heated up with every telecom network trying their best to not lose their users. In the process, they are creating several new plans, which are affordable and attractive.

5 Benefits in Shifting to BSNL 1125 Postpaid Plan

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As we already know that Airtel, Vodafone, and Idea announced some reduce in pricing to their customers. Now, it's time for the home-grown telecom service to step up and announce their new postpaid packs with several goodies.

In the same arena, BSNL, two weeks ago introduced two new packs under their postpaid scheme, which has several packs on offer. One pack costs Rs. 1,125 and the other one costs Rs. 1,525. Take a look at the five benefits offered by BSNL's latest Rs. 1,125 postpaid plan when compared to other telecom network services.

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Free Unlimited Calls

The newly announced plan allows you to make unlimited calls for each month, whether it be to mobile or landline, the pack gives to unlimited calls.

Unlimited Free STD Calls

With this pack, you can even make unlimited STD calls for free and that too for a month.

Free Roaming

Following the suite of Reliance Jio, BSNL now creating packs which are roaming free. And, with the new Rs. 1,199 pack, the roaming is completely free and you will be able to receive unlimited incoming calls, unlike the other telecom service packs who cost separately for roaming.

Free 3G Roaming Data

Along with the free roaming on calls, BSNL also offering free roaming data of 250MB per month, which is a welcome offering and will be helpful for many.

1GB Free 3G Data

If you're not roaming and you're on your home network, you will get a total 3G data of 1GB for one month and post the monthly data, you'll be charged normal data charges according to BSNL.

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