September 30, 2022
BSNL launched Rs.  1,499 annual plan with 24GB total data, Rs.  429 plan relaunched

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has launched a new prepaid plan priced at Rs. 1,499. The new prepaid plan comes with a validity of 365 days. As part of its introductory deal for the first 90 days, BSNL is offering an additional 30 days validity for the subscriber, or a total validity of 395 days. The telecom operator has also withdrawn prepaid plan vouchers worth Rs. 429, and in return have re-introduced a special tariff voucher at the same price.

New BSNL Rs. 1,499 prepaid offer was announced through BSNL Chennai circular, This new plan will offer unlimited free voice calls with a FUP limit of 250 outgoing minutes in a day. After 250 minutes of consumption, BSNL says the subscriber will be charged till midnight for the rest of the day at the base plan tariff. A total of 24GB data is offered with 100 SMS messages per day.

Jio Fiber Plans Revised To Start At Rs. 399, 30-day free trial launched

Attached herewith is the Aadhaar Scheme Rs. 1,499 prepaid plan is “Advance Per Minute Plan 94”. This means that prepaid plan customers will be charged Rs. 1 per minute for local calls to mobile networks and BSNL landlines. Local calls and STD calls to other landline numbers Rs. 1.3 per minute. BSNL says that the activation of Rs. 1,499 plan is available through C-TOPUP, Selfcare and website.

Apart from this, BSNL has also withdrawn its existing plan vouchers worth Rs. 429, replacing it with a new special tariff voucher of the same denomination. This new Rs. 429 plan offers unlimited data with speeds limited to 40kbps followed by 1GB data per day. It also offers unlimited voice calls with a FUP limit of 250 outgoing minutes per day. After the consumption of FUP, BSNL notes that the customers will be charged as per the base tariff for the calls. The plan also offers 100 SMS messages per day and EROS Now Entertainment services valid for 81 days. This new Rs. 429 Special Tariff Voucher can be activated through C-TOPUP, Selfcare and website.

Telecom operators state that activating the plan through Selfcare does not provide Eros Now entertainment services. If the plan is subscribed by other means, the Eros Now subscription username and password details will be shared to the subscriber along with the download link of the application through SMS.


Should the government explain why Chinese apps were banned? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, google podcastseither RSSDownload the episode, or just hit the play button below.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.