BSNL Bumper Offer aka Additional Data Offer Extended Till April 30th, Offers 2.2GB Extra Data Per Day On Selected Plans

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, the state-run telecom operator has extended the BSNL Bumper Offer or the BSNL Additional data offer for the next three months. The offer which was going to end on 31st January 2019 is now extended up to 30th April. Under the BSNL Bumper offer also known as the BSNL additional data offer gives the BSNL prepaid users 2.2GB extra data per on the selected combo plans.

To recall, BSNL launched the Bumper Offer last year in the month of June 2018. And from that time BSNL is running the Bumper Data offer and providing extra data to its prepaid users on selected plans. The offer was launched with 2.2GB extra data per day and then revised to 2.21GB per day and now the company has again started offering the 2.2GB extra data per day.

BSNL Bumper Offer With 2.2GB Extra Data Per Day

After seeing the good response from the BSNL users, the telecom operator extended the Bumper offer till 30th April 2019. In the beginning, the offer was rolled out in June and it was valid till September 14, but the offer was extended till January 31st, 2019. And now it has been extended to 30th April 2019.

This extra data offers stands over the given daily data usage in a pack. For example, if a plan of BSNL gives 3GB data per day then users will get total 5.2GB data per day (3GB pack data + 2.2GB extra data per day). The Bumper offers of BSNL is valid on the 11 pre-existing prepaid plans and now the telecom operator has also added the two new annual prepaid plan in the list.

The BSNL prepaid plan 1699 and 2099 also comes with extra 2.2GB data per day under the Additional data offer.  The prepaid plan 1699 and 2099 plans are the annual plans that come with a validity of 365 days. The BSNL prepaid plan 1699 offers 2GB data per day for the period of 365 days while the 2099 prepaid plan of BSNL offers 4GB data per day. BSNL is offering unlimited data usage in the 1699 and 2099 plan which means that if the user exhausts the daily high-speed data limit then the speed will be revised to 80 Kbps.



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