BSNL launches new prepaid recharge plan of Rs 49, 2 GB data and all this …

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced a new Rs 49 prepaid recharge plan for its subscribers. This plan has been brought on a promotional basis, which will last only 90 days. Apart from this the plan is available only in Chennai and Talimanadu circles. This Rs 49 prepaid recharge plan was launched on September 1 and since then it is going to be live for 90 days. At the same time, the validity of this plan is 28 days, in which you will get data, voice and SMS combination benefits.

BSNL has announced a new Rs 49 prepaid plan recharge by issuing circulars through the Chennai website. In this plan, subscribers get 100 minutes of free calling. At the same time, BSNL charges 45 paise per minute from subscribers after the FUP limit is over. 2 GB data and 100 SMS messages are also available for free in this prepaid recharge plan.

While giving information, the telecom company has told that this prepaid recharge plan of BSNL is going to remain active till November 29. At the same time, you can activate this plan through TOPUP, selfcare and web portal. For activation through the selfcare process, the subscriber needs to write STV COMBO49 to 123.

Let us tell you, earlier in this circle BSNL launched an annual plan of Rs 1,499. This prepaid recharge plan offers a 250-minute Fair Usage Policy (FUP) limit with unlimited free voice calling. After the end of 250 minutes, BSNL says that the subscriber will be charged under the base plan tariff, which will last till midnight. The base plan that has been added to this new Rs 1,499 prepaid plan is “Advance Per minute plan 94”. This means that customers will be charged Rs 1 per minute for local calls on mobile networks and BSNL landlines. At the same time customers will be charged Rs 1.3 per minute for making local calls and STD calls to other landline numbers.

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