BSNL Free Outgoing Roaming Calls with ₹399 and ₹799 Postpaid Plans



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    With over 10% market share, the state-run telecom company is not leaving any stone to make its mark. The BSNL has made an important change in its highly successful ₹399 postpaid plan. Without any increase in monthly rental, the BSNL has revised the ₹399-postpaid plan to accommodate free outgoing roaming calls.

    The same benefit is also applied to ₹799 plan without any daily or monthly FUP limits. Thus, if you consider ₹399 postpaid plan, it now offers both on-net and off-net voice calls for free. If you are interested in unlimited calling to landlines, then ₹799 postpaid plan is the best fit for you.

    Also Read: BSNL Launches ₹99 Unlimited Plan with 26 Days Validity

    BSNL ₹499 Postpaid Plan Tariff:

    The highly acclaimed ₹399 postpaid plan offers free voice calls (on-net and off-net) with 30GB of mobile data. On the other hand, ₹799 postpaid offers free voice calling benefit to landline numbers too.

    Unfortunately, neither ₹799 nor ₹399 plan offers any SMS benefits. This is the only shortcoming when you compare this offering with that of private telecom operators. It is understandable that smartphone users are very much inclined to WhatsApp than traditional SMS.

    But still, it would be great if the state-run telecom company makes a bundled plan with at least 100 SMS per billing cycle. Hope the BSNL listens to its subscribers and implement this to all its postpaid plans.

    What’s Your Opinion?

    When private telecom operators are offering daily 100 SMS, the BSNL should at least make 100 SMS per billing cycle. Isn’t it? If one remembers free incoming during roaming is the first by BSNL and then the other companies followed it. However, BSNL took a big time to offer free roaming outgoing.

    With the new step, everyone would definitely hope that BSNL would offer all the benefits at a reasonable price.

    Also Read: BSNL ₹499 Postpaid Plan - Unlimited Calls, 45GB Data & Daily 100 SMS


 

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