BSNL launches new 2G, 3G plans for customers
State-run telecom operator BSNL today launched various plans for existing and new 2G and 3G subscribers, as well as CDMA users.delhi Updated: Jun 03, 2010 22:46 IST
State-run telecom operator BSNL today launched various plans for existing and new 2G and 3G subscribers, as well as CDMA users.
BSNL will offer a 3G data card free to customers subscribing for a monthly 2GB plan for 15 months, a 10 GB plan for 10 months and an unlimited plan for four months, it said.
It has also launched an unlimited plan at Rs 999 per month for 3G data services with a usage cap of 10GB, it added.
BSNL will provide EVDO cards at Rs 2,500 and subscribers can avail unlimited high speed Internet (3.1 mbps peak speed) at Rs 750 per month, it said.
CDMA 1X (NIC) cards will be available at Rs 2,000 with an unlimited Internet monthly plan at Rs 250.
Besides the data tariff, the 3G voice plan will entitle customers to 100 minutes of free video calling, 200 MB free data transfer and 2,000 free SMSes within 30 days of activation of every 3G prepaid SIM.
For new 2G users coming on board, BSNL has introduced an offer where the customer will get 50 MB free data usage and 2,000 SMSes frees for 30 days from the date of activation.
Under another scheme, BSNL customers (both 2G and 3G) will be charged 20 paise per minute for two BSNL local numbers and 30 paise per minute for an outstation BSNL customer, it said.
It has also introduced 3 Special Tariff Vouchers (STVs) for unlimited calling for 2G and 3G GSM prepaid customers. The tariff vouchers will be available in three denominations with a validity of 1 day (Rs 30), 7 days (Rs 150) and 30 days (Rs 500).
With another STV of Rs 31, users can send 3,000 SMS per month.
CDMA customers can make unlimited local calls through a STV at Rs 210 per month and unlimited STD calls at Rs 410 per month.