It seems like Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is now focusing on the postpaid segment after launching many few offers for the prepaid users. The company has recently re-launched the BSNL Loot Lo offer for all postpaid users. A few days back Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited launches a new postpaid plan 399 dubbed as Ghar Wapisi Plan and now the telecom operator has made some slight revision in the plan. Not only 399 plan but BSNL has also revised the 799 plan. Both the plan now offers unlimited free roaming calls. Check out all the details.
BSNL Postpaid Plan 399
This is the plan of BSNL that competes with Airtel 399 postpaid Plan and Vodafone 399 plan. In the 399 plan, the telecom operator provides unlimited free calls. This is the affordable BSNL postpaid pans which is also known as BSNL Ghar Wapisi Plan. In this plan, the telecom operator is now offering free unlimited roaming outgoing calls. The plan also offers 30GB of data usage and there is no daily data usage limit. Sadly the plan does not offer any free SMS benefits.
BSNL 799 Postpaid Plan Details
The second plan of BSNL that recently got a revision is the plan 799. This plan is also updated with free-roaming outgoing calls. Al calls are now free in the BSNL plan 799. This postpaid plan of BSNL offers 60GB of data per billing cycle. But like the 399 plan, this plan also doesn’t offer any free SMS.
What’s Missing In The 399 & 799 Plan as compared to other
Well, there are few things that are missing in the postpaid plans of BSNL. The first thing is the SMS benefits. All the other telecom operators are giving free SMS. Daily 100 free SMS are provided by other telecom operators in their plans.BSNL Plan 1125 also provide free SMS but only 250 SMS per billing cycle. It is such a hard thing to believe that the telecom operator is not giving free SMS in its postpaid plans.
The second thing that is missing is Data RollOver Benefit. Every other telecom operator except Jio is offering Data Rollover. With this benefit, the user can carry forward their unused data of the current billing cycle to the next billing cycle.