With an aim to counter Reliance Jio, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has recently increased data for its 3G plan, according to a report by RTN Asia.
The company has also announced its two new tariff plans.
The plan which used to give 1GB data for five days will now give 2GB at Rs. 78 and the plan at Rs. 291, which used to give 2 GB data per month, will now give 8GB data.
The company's all new 3G plans will be valid till May 5 after it will discontinue.
The 3G plan at Rs. 549 will now give 15 GB data which used to give 10 GB per month, making it around Rs. 36 per GB issecond cheapest plan from the state- run company after the unlimited plan at Rs. 1,099 per month.
The data pack of Rs. 156 which used to give 2 GB will now give 3G for 10 days and for Rs. 155 pack costumers will get 2 GB with five extra days.
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In some circles at Rs 98/99 coustmers can get 1 GB data for 14 days.
All long validity plans will be valid for 60 days and the cheapest is for Rs. 561 plans in which customers will get 11 GB instead of 5 GB. Also, Rs. 821 plan will offer 15 GB instead of 6 GB and at Rs. 444 plan consumers will get 8 GB as compared to 3 GB earlier.
Recently, BSNL also launched a landline voice plan 'Experience LL 49' where at Rs. 49 fixed monthly charge where the company is offering unlimited calls to all operators' networks on Sundays for 24 hours, along with unlimited calls during night hours from 9AM to 7AM without any additional cost.