BSNL unveiled its STV333 along with STV349 or Dhil Khol Ke Bol and STV395 or Nehle per Dehla plans.
Let us take a look at the most affordable prepaid data plans offered by Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone, and BSNL.
Reliance Jio has shaken up the data prices in India, but state-owned player BSNL is giving it a tough competition
BSNL has rolled out three new plans – Dhil Khol Ke Bol or STV349, Triple Ace or STV333 and Nehle per Dehla or STV395.
Nokia announced partnerships with Airtel and BSNL for preparing 5G networks in India
Aircel has announced a ‘free internet usage’ offer for all its prepaid customers with the new ‘Aircel Goodnights’ offer
BSNL has announced a new ‘Unlimited Broadband at 249’ plan for its users in India with 10GB data per day
MTNL will offer 2GB of 3G data per day and unlimited calling within its network for Rs 319 from April 1.
The pan India move is aimed at promoting digital India drive as well as the number of BSNL Internet users in prepaid mobile service.
BSNL said that the data of 2 GB per day is one of the best in the industry. Customers will also get 25 minutes of free call to other network everyday.
According to data put out by TRAI, the average peak download speed on Reliance Jio network more than doubled to 17.42 megabit per second at the end of January.
Operators have been demanding that app-based calling and messaging services should be brought under the licensing regime.
Nokia and state-run telco Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) will team up to accelerate the development of a 5G ecosystem in India.
Bharat Broadband Network opened tender for installing about 4,500 towers under the project after two years in 2016 but received no bids.
BSNL today halved the monthly rental for unlimited calling from landline to any network on Sundays and night hours to Rs 49 from Rs 99.