This BSNL new STV339 plan will now provide 3GB data per day instead of 2GB which it used to offer earlier.
After private telecom operators showered their users with plans which have high validity, BSNL, the government-owned telecom operator is now getting ready to introduce new offers with which it aims to disrupt the market once again. Voice calling benefits, though, remain the same, i.e., unlimited on-net calling along with 25 mins off-net call per day.
According to a report, Dil Khol Ke Bol plan at Rs. 349 is offering 2GB data for 28 days along with unlimited local and STD calls, the Triple Ace is providing 3GB data per day for 90 days and last is Nehla per Dehla is giving 2GB data per day plus 3000 BSNL to BSNL free minutes.
Triple Ace plan comes with 3GB data per day and a validity of 90 days, which is better still than what Reliance Jio is offering at the moment.
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BSNL STV333 offers 3GB per day day.
Revising their Rs 339/month plan, BSNL will now provide 3 GB/day, along with other benefits. In the third plan, "Nehle pe Dehla", BSNL is offering 3,000 minutes of calls on BSNL network and 1,800 minutes of calling on other network along with 2GB daily data at 3G speed for Rs 395.
Airtel is offering 1GB data per day at the price of Rs 399 for a period of 70 days, while Reliance Jio's Dhan Dhana Dhan plan offers 84GB data at the price of Rs 309 with a similar, 1GB per day limit for a span of three months. It comes with a validity of 71 days. Now, with 3 GB/day plan, BSNL can now expect more fireworks and more new users. Users will be charged at 20 paise per minute after running out of the allotted minute's quota.
All the three plans offer a speed of 80 Kbps once you exhaust the data you've been allocated to. Let us know in the comments space below.