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BSNL Triple Ace STV333 Offers 3GB Data per Day for 90 Days
The state-run telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is all set to counter private telecom companies by introducing new combo plans. With Reliance Jio’s Dhan Dhana Dhan disrupting the market, the incumbent operators started showering offers to its users.
3GB Daily Data Benefit for 3 Months:
BSNL’s new revised plans undoubtedly claim that it is better than any other telecom company. As per the Triple Ace STV333 Plan, BSNL subscribers will enjoy 3GB of data per day with a validity of 90 days. When every operator is limiting its users to 1 or 2GB FUP, BSNL has come up with 3GB daily usage limit with a whopping 90 days validity period.
Apart from Triple Ace, BSNL also launched two other plans, namely, Dil Khol Ke Bol and Nehle per Dehla. As per Dil Khol Ke Bol STV349 Pack, the users will get unlimited local and STD calls within its home circle and 2GB data for 28 days. By home circle, it refers calling to BSNL and other operators within its telecom circle.
Nehle Per Dehla STV395 Pack:
Similarly, the Nehle per Dehla STV395 pack offers 2GB of daily data benefit, 3000 free minutes of calls in the same BSNL network (local and STD), and 1800 minutes of calls to other networks (local and STD) for a period of 71 days (to be specific 10 weeks). If the user exhausts the free benefits, then each call will be charged at 20 paise per minute. Interestingly, all the above-specified plans will have 3G data speed and post the FUP limit; the speed will be throttled to 80kbps to prevent any billing shock.
Surprisingly, the state-run telecom company revamped its popular STV339 plan to offer 3GB of daily data benefit (earlier it was 2GB) along with unlimited BSNL calls (on-net) and 25 minutes to other networks (off-net) per day with a validity of 28 days.
As per the latest reports, the BSNL is working on framing new plan to offer free off-net calling too without any restrictions. Hope these new plans from BSNL will make a mark and satisfy its subscribers.