New Delhi: All private telecom companies in India have recently increased the prices of their prepaid recharge plans. In the last few months, the state-owned telecom company BSNL has come up with some tremendous and lucrative plans to attract customers amid rising prices. Today we are going to tell you in detail about the Rs 197 prepaid recharge plan recently introduced by BSNL. This plan offers 150 days validity with 2 GB daily data. In particular, the price of this plan of BSNL is much lower than the plans of other companies. It would not be wrong to say that Airtel, Jio and Vdafone-Idea plan failed. Learn more about BSNL’s abandonment plan.
Benefits of BSNL’s Rs 197 Prepaid Plan: BSNL 197 Prepaid Recharge Plan is one of the most attractive recharge available till date. In this plan users get unlimited calling, 2 GB daily data and free sms. The Rs 197 plan offers customers 150 days validity. 2 GB of daily data will be available for the first 18 days and thereafter, internet service will be available at 40 kbps. Similarly, with BSNL’s Rs 197 prepaid recharge plan, you will also get the benefit of unlimited free calling for the first 18 days. Incoming calls will continue for free during the validity of the entire plan (150 days). But, if you want to make a phone call after the first 18 days, you have to top-up your plan. It also gives you a free subscription to the Xing app.
This facility is available for the first 18 days only. After the benefits expire, users can opt for top-up plans and data vouchers to continue the Internet and calling facility. With a validity of 180 days, users can continue to use their BSNL numbers without having to top up. This is a great plan for users who get a lot of calls but don’t call themselves. The two plans on BSN’s list are very cheap. BSNL is offering 100 minutes of free voice calls with a total of 2 GB of data for 24 days validity at just Rs. BSNL has another cheap plan which is very popular. The plan is priced at Rs 99 which comes with a validity of 22 days and offers unlimited voice calls.