BSNL Rs. 2,399 prepaid recharge plan gets 60 days

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is offering its customers an additional validity of 60 days with Rs. 2,399 prepaid recharge plan. With additional validity, Rs. 2,399 BSNL recharge plan becomes valid for a total of 425 days – from the existing 365 days. Rupee. 2,399 plan comes with unlimited local and STD voice calling and 3GB of high-speed data per day. It provides free access to BSNL Tunes as well as original and popular content available through Eros Now.

As announced On Twitter by BSNL Haryana Division, promotional offer in which additional 60 days validity is provided along with Rs. 2,399 prepaid plan is valid till the end of Friday (December 31).

It is important to note that this offer is live not only in Haryana circle but also in other circles. The BSNL Tamil Nadu website, among others, has listed the offers of additional validity.

Rupee. 2,399 BSNL prepaid recharge plan brings benefits including unlimited outgoing calls and 100 SMS messages per day. It also includes 3GB daily high-speed data allocation. Upon exceeding the given high-speed data ceiling, the speed is reduced to 80Kbps under the operator’s Fair Use Policy (FUP).

BSNL also provides value added services which include unlimited song change option with BSNL Tunes. 2,399 prepaid recharge plan. Furthermore, the plan is bundled with Eros Now subscription.

Apart from Rs. 2,399 prepaid recharge plan, BSNL has Rs. 1,498 prepaid plan as a long-validity option that is valid for 365 days. It brings unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS messages per day, and 2GB of high-speed data on a daily basis. Similarly, Rs. 1,999 prepaid recharge plan with unlimited voice calling, 100 SMS messages per day and 500GB high-speed data for 365 days.

Earlier this month, BSNL competitor and the country’s largest telecom operator – Reliance Jio – also announced the addition of a validity of 29 days with its Rs. 2,545 prepaid recharge plan under ‘Happy New Year’ offer. The said plan normally has a validity of 336 days.


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