On one side, where private telecom companies are launching new tariff plans for a longer period to counter Reliance Jio. On the other hand, State-run operator BSNL has announced its Combo Pack in which the company is offering plans ranging from Rs. 13 to Rs. 177.
The company has announced, a total of three packs, in which the first one starts with Rs. 13 in which the company is offering a talk value of Rs. 15 along with 15MB data for two days, but there is a catch as users in East Zone can only avail this services by paying Rs. 14 and users in Kerala and Karnataka can avail at Rs. 15.
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.
"Launching data packs that provide respite from monthly recharges and combo packs with short period validity to meet your limited voice and data needs," BSNL said this in this in the Twitter post.
The company has also launched some special tariff value plans ranging from Rs. 1,498 to Rs. 4,498 all are for 365 days. The first one starts from Rs. 1,498 in which users will get 18GB data, 36GB at Rs. 2,798, 60GB data at Rs. 3,998 and 80GB data at Rs. 4,498.
Meanwhile, BSNL is planning to offer a speed of 4Mbps across all the broadband plans to increase its broadband users.
At present, it is offering 2Mbps download speed in all its broadband plans. The report says that the operator is in a final stage of discussion of rolling out the services.
The company is offering its services in three technologies - ADVL, VDSL, and FTTH.
Currently, BSNL is only offering 100Mbps connection offered with a FUP of 600GB for a monthly rental of Rs. 16,999