New Delhi, Tech Desk. BSNL has launched two new plans in the market to compete with Reliance Jio, Vodafone-Idea and Airtel. Under these plans, users will be given 10 GB 4G data per day. These plans are priced at Rs 96 and Rs 236. In the plan of Rs 96, users will be given a validity of 28 days. At the same time, 84 days validity will be given in the plan of Rs 236. Both these plans have been introduced in markets where BSNL offers 4G service.
According to the report of Telecom Talk, both BSNL prepaid plans will provide 10 GB data per day. In this case, the users will get 280 GB of total data in the plan with validity of 28 days. It costs 96 rupees. At the same time, in the plan with validity of 84 days, users will get 840 GB of total data. It costs Rs 236. These plans will be able to use users of the same circles where 4G facility is being provided by the company. The company has said that it is providing active 4G network in select areas of Maharashtra.
Calling facility has not been provided in both these plans. According to the report, these are special tariff vouchers. These have been made available for a limited time only.
BSNL had revised its plans some time ago: Earlier, BSNL had revised its plans to increase its portfolio to Rs 118, Rs 187 and Rs 399. Under this, the validity of the plans was reduced. The validity of these plans has been reduced in Kerala. The company has extended the validity of the plan of Rs 118 to 21 days. Earlier this plan used to come with a validity of 28 days.