BSNL will soon launch this plan with unlimited voice calling for its postpaid customers
Indian telecom operator BSNL has announced quite a few tariff plans for its prepaid customers that offer voice calling and data benefits. The telco last week announced its Maximum Prepaid Plan as a part of which its customers were offered 1 GB data per day and unlimited voice calls for 181 days. Later on, the telco also launched two new prepaid plans that offer unlimited voice calls to its customers. Well now, this state-run telecom operator has announced that it will be launching a plan with unlimited voice calling for its postpaid users as well.
— Anupam Shrivastava (@CMDBSNL) February 22, 2018
In a Q&A session on Twitter, BSNL’s Chairman and Managing Director Mr. Anupam Shrivastava confirmed that the telco will soon be launching a new plan with unlimited voice calling for its postpaid customers. This postpaid plan will be priced at ₹399 and will take on the likes of postpaid plans with similar benefits offered by other telcos.
However, Mr. Shrivastava neither revealed when exactly will BSNL launch this postpaid plan, nor did he reveal whether this ₹399 plan will come with any data benefits or not.
Well, it’s worth noting that other telecom operators like Airtel and Idea are offering unlimited voice calling benefits to their postpaid customers that come bundled with data as well. And, talking about Reliance Jio, the telco has postpaid plans priced at ₹309 and ₹409.
For ₹309, Jio postpaid customers are offered 1 GB 4G data per day for one billing cycle which translates to a total of 30 GB of data. And, for ₹409, Jio postpaid customers are offered a total of 20 GB of 4G data per billing cycle which can be entirely used in a day if they want. Of course, these plans also come along with other benefits like unlimited voice calls, free roaming, free SMS, and, complimentary subscription to Jio apps.
As far as BSNL’s ₹399 postpaid plan is concerned, we will know more about it once it’s launched.
Are you a BSNL postpaid customer? Which plan are you currently subscribed to?