BSNL introduced a postpaid plan from Tk 199 to give Jio an ace

BSNL introduced a postpaid plan from Tk 199 to give Jio an ace

Government telecom operator BSNL has changed its postpaid plan. From now on, the company’s postpaid plans of Tk 99, Tk 225, Tk 325, Tk 699 and Tk 1125 can no longer be recharged. Instead, BSNL has come up with three postpaid plans of Tk 199, Tk 698 and Tk 999. These plans of BSNL will basically compete with Geo. Because Geo’s postpaid plus plans start from Rs. But Geo’s general postpaid plan costs 199 rupees. BSNLO plan has started from 199 rupees. Data rollover and family add-on services are also available with the new plans. Let’s take a look at the benefits of these plans.

BSNL’s Rs. 199 postpaid plan

BSNL’s new Tk 199 postpaid plan offers unlimited on-net voice calling and 300 minutes of off-net calls. This feature also applies to MTNL networks. There is also the facility of 100 daily SMS. In today’s world it is difficult to run without data packs. Therefore, data facility is also available in the pack of 199 rupees. This plan offers 25 GB of data with 65 GB rollover. When this data is exhausted, you will be charged Rs 10.24 per GB.

BSNL’s postpaid plan of Rs

All the benefits of calling, SMS and data will be available on BSNL’s postpaid plan of Rs. With this plan customers will be able to make unlimited voice calling. Moreover, 100 SMS will be available daily. In case of data, there is a 50 GB data benefit with 150 GB rollover. In addition, two family connections can be added with this plan. Unlimited voice calling, daily 100 SMS and 50 GB of data is available with each connection.

BSNL’s postpaid plan of Rs

BSNL’s Rs 999 postpaid plan offers unlimited voice calling on any network. In addition, customers can send up to 100 SMS per day. In the case of data, there is an opportunity to use 65 GB of data monthly with 225 GB rollover. In addition, three family connections can be added to this package. Every connection will get unlimited voice calling, 100 SMS daily and 65 GB data.

By the way, the unlimited calling that is being offered with these plans has an upper limit. Additional charges will be levied after 250 minutes daily.

Note that users who are still on older postpaid plans have no reason to worry. They will stay with the old plan until the company gives no notice.