BSNL offers cheapest data plan in the country, users begin porting to BSNL

Recently, major telecom companies like Jio, Airtel, and Vi have increased the prices of their recharge plans. After this price hike, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced a great monsoon offer to attract its customers and stay in the competition. This new monsoon offer of BSNL has promised to give many benefits to the customers. Under this offer, customers will get more data, unlimited calling, and many other facilities at a low price.

Under this offer, landline and broadband consumers will get great relief. Under the offer given in the small plan, a free facility will be available for one month. Also, a discount of Rs 100 to 50 will be given on booking. BSNL is constantly trying to compete with private companies in telecom. However, it is still far behind, but efforts are on. In this episode, recently it has started a 4G network in Prayagraj and Kaushambi.

BSNL is converting all its old landline/broadband subscribers to new fiber lines so that consumers can get good quality service. Landline consumers connected to fiber technology are also given internet facilities with 25 Mbps data speed. BSNL is still far from 4G and 5G. However, the net speed is good even after BSNL’s network is weak.

This monsoon offer of BSNL is aimed at satisfying existing customers and attracting new customers. When Jio, Airtel, and Vi have increased the prices of their recharge plans, this BSNL move can prove challenging. With this monsoon offer, BSNL has made it clear that it does not want to lag in the competition and is committed to providing the best services to its customers.

Public Relations Officer Ashish Gupta said that the monsoon offer has been brought for the consumers connecting to the new fiber line of BSNL’s landline/broadband. Under this, a free facility will be provided in the first month if the booking is done within 90 days. There will be a discount of Rs 50 on the three-month plan of Rs 449 and Rs 100 on the plan of Rs 499.

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