BSNL Rs. 525 postpaid plan revised; lets users carry forward 200GB of data

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State-run BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) seems to have revised its Rs. 525 postpaid plan with a view to supply extra data advantages for its subscribers. Notably, this plan will now supply the data carry forward performance. It is alleged that the revision is just efficient for the subscribers in its Kolkata circle and that the users will get 80GB of data with the choice to carry forward the unused data as much as 200GB.

According to a report by Telecomtalk, BSNL Rs. 525 postpaid plan will supply 80GB of 2G/3G data on the entire, 100 SMS per day and limitless voice calling for its users. The USP of this plan is alleged to be the data carry forward performance like Airtel’s data rollover characteristic. This will let users carry forward as much as 200GB of unused data to the following billing cycle.

While the plan affords data carry forward functionality, it affords solely free nationwide SMS, so subscribers might be charged for the worldwide messages at Rs. 5 per SMS, claims the report. And, after exhausting the allotted data, subscribers might be charged for the data with 40kbps pace.

Security deposit

It is alleged that BSNL will cost a safety deposit of Rs. 500 for the users who’re on the lookout for native and STD Companies and Rs. 2,000 for individuals who are on the lookout for native, STD and ISD Companies. Also, the users who want native, STD, ISD and worldwide roaming should pay Rs. 5,000 safety deposit.

And, relating to the opposite advantages, there might be free Amazon Prime subscription with this postpaid plan of Rs. 525. The report provides that the plan that’s obtainable for subscribers in Kolkata may even be rolled out to all of the users throughout India quickly. As of now, within the different circles, the postpaid plan affords limitless voice calls, 15GB of data and there is not any data carry forward characteristic.

Data carry forward

The data carry forward characteristic supplied by BSNL has a restrict of 200GB. However, relating to the comparability, Airtel lets users carry as much as 500GB of data to the following billing cycle, Vodafone Idea lets users carry as much as 500GB of data with plans priced above Rs. 1,000 and 200GB of data for comparatively low priced plans.

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