Challenge to Jio, Airtel! BSNL will now give calling, data for 425 days in 365 days plan

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) presents a tough challenge to other telecom companies with its recharge plans. Recently, it has started increasing the validity of its annual prepaid recharge plan. The company offers data, calls, and SMS on its one-year prepaid recharge.

Now users will be given additional validity of 60 days on these annual recharges. The company keeps on offering such offers on many of its recharges. The current offer is valid till the month of June and customers who have recently opted for prepaid recharge will also be able to avail of the extended validity offer of BSNL.

Challenge to Jio, Airtel! BSNL will now give calling, data for 425 days in 365 days plan

As per the details listed on BSNL’s website, the Rs 2,399 recharge plan that used to offer 365 days validity will now be valid for 425 days. With this recharge, users will now be able to avail of data, messaging, and calling benefits for up to 425 days. This recharge plan was first reported by Telecom Talk. The benefit of this recharge can be availed by those customers who have opted for annual recharge between April 1 and June 29.

Under this recharge plan, customers get unlimited local and STD voice calling, and national roaming access on MTNL’s network in Delhi and Mumbai. In addition, the benefits of 2GB of data per day, and 100 SMS per day are offered. The company also briefly updated this recharge plan of Rs 2,399 in January this year with an additional validity of 90 days.

Apart from calling and data benefits, BSNL’s Rs 2,399 recharge plan also comes with Personal Ring Back Tone (PRBT) feature, in which unlimited songs can be changed for 30 days. Apart from this, customers also get access to Eros Now for 30 days.

It is worth noting that BSNL is still rolling out its 4G network across the country and the process is expected to be completed by the end of this year. On the other hand, the government expects that 5G services will be launched in the country in the next few months.

Sunil Kumar writes about smartphones and laptops for Gadgets 360 Tech News based out of Mumbai. He is Deputy Editor (Reviews) at Gadgets 360 Tech News. He has written frequently about the smartphone and PC industry and has an interest in photography as well.

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