September 30, 2022
BSNL offers 5GB free high-speed data to avail multi-recharge facility on select recharge plans

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced a promotional offer under which it is offering 5GB high-speed data allotment free of cost on select prepaid recharge plans. The free data quota is available with a validity of 22 days and is given to BSNL customers to recharge their accounts using the operator’s multi-recharge facility. The new development comes just days after BSNL launched its Rs. 399 prepaid recharge plan with a validity of 80 days. The state-owned telco recently also discontinued its tariff vouchers worth Rs. 399 and a recharge voucher available for Rs. 1,699 in Chennai and Tamil Nadu circles.

As per the latest announcement made by BSNL Chennai Division through a notice deployment of On Twitter, 5GB high-speed additional data benefit is available with Rs. 98, Rs. 99, Rs. 118, Rs. 187, Rs. 319 special tariff vouchers as well as Rs. 186, Rs. 429, Rs. 485, Rs. 666, and Rs. 1,999 plan voucher. The additional data will be provided to those customers who start their second or third recharge before the expiry of their existing vouchers, the operator said in the notice.

The new promotional offer is valid till November 19. Further, BSNL confirmed to Gadgets 360 that the same has been announced by the Chennai division, but is applicable on a pan-India basis. This means that BSNL customers in any circle can avail additional 5GB of high-speed data benefits while using its multi-recharge facility. The data benefit is exclusively valid for only 22 days, though.

It is worth noting that BSNL had introduced multi-recharge facility for its prepaid customers in July. It is designed to allow customers to recharge their accounts in advance, without waiting for the expiry of their existing plans. Like BSNL, Reliance Jio and Airtel also allow their prepaid customers to recharge their accounts multiple times with the same denomination.

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