BSNL has announced the launch of Rs 39 plan with unlimited calls and caller tune service. The state-owned company disclosed that the Rs 39 plan will offer unlimited voice calls to any number irrespective of the mobile network across India. The newly launched BSNL Rs 39 plan will be available all over India except Delhi and Mumbai telecom circles.
The BSNL Rs 39 plan comes with a validity of 10 days with 100 free SMS and caller tune service. You should consume Rs 39 within 10 days. The disadvantage with the BSNL Rs 39 plan is that the package doesn’t include data services. Hence, you either opt for other plan or buy an optional data package if you would like to work with data.
To recall, BSNL had launched Rs 99 plan with 26 days validity that offers unlimited calls, 100 SMS and caller tune service. If you would like to have an extended validity time, you need to opt for BSNL Rs 319 plan.
You should note that the BSNL Rs 99 plan is identical to that of the lower plans offered by private players such as Reliance Jio exclusively for JioPhone customers. The Rs 49 plan offered by Jio comes with 28 days validity with data, which is superior that BSNL in all aspects.
If you are using any other handset, you should opt for higher plans. That said, Rs 399 plan offered by Reliance Jio is the most popular among all tech enthusiasts since it comes with 85 days validity with all the required resources.
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