With new Jio 4G plans, BSNL has also launched its new Rs. 298 unlimited plan for their customers. BSNL has come up with the new unlimited plan worth Rs. 298 to counter Jio 4G Rs. 349 unlimited plan. Not only Jio but BSNL is also competing with Airtel’s Rs. 399 plan. With Rs. 298 unlimited plan, BSNL has directly hit the Jio and Airtel newly launched cheapest 4G plans.
After the launch of Reliance Jio, one or the other day telecom companies have been fighting the 4G data plan war. Be it Airtel or BSNL, everyday the companies are coming up with the cheapest 4G plan to benefit and maintain their customer base. Whatever may it be? but at least this war has provided alot of benefits customers, as they are getting great service at cheap cost.
New Rs. 298 Plan of BSNL
The new Rs. 298 unlimited plan of BSNL is a promotional plan that will be only valid on the first recharge. And the customer can only subscribe to the new BSNL Rs. 298 plan within 180 days i.e till 4 November 2017. Here’s what BSNL is offering under Rs. 298 plan-
Unlimited STD and local calls in any network.
Rs. 298 BSNL plan will be valid for 56 days.
No FUP on voice calls but the company has FUP limit in data access.
BSNL Rs. 298 plan will provide 1 GB per day data for 56 days
After the completion of 1 GB data limit, the internet under the Rs. 298 BSNL plan will work with the reduced speed of 80 kbps.
Jio Vs Airtel Vs BSNL New data plan
The new BSNL data plan of Rs. 298 has been introduced to counter Jio and Airtel plans in the market. Although Jio and Airtel 4G plans are higher in rates but surely both the plans will run better than the BSNL’s Rs. 298 unlimited plan. As because BSNL has a very poor connectivity issue as compared to other 2 networks in India. Despite offering a cheap unlimited plan of Rs. 298, BSNL will not able to compete with Jio and Airtel 4G plans. Just because of their strong and fast service and customer base.
Let’s which for some cheaper 4G unlimited plans from other telecom companies like- idea, DoCoMo, Aircel, Vodafone.
Source: India Today