According to the news published by the India dot com portal, BSNL is planning to come out with special extraordinary internet package scheme to give the cutting edge competition to the private players who have apparently snatched the major share of the telecom market. But the question is how is BSNL going to do that? Read here.
Based on the story published in the India.com portal it has been revealed that the state-owned Telecom Company BSNL has released an exciting internet package for the low budget mobile users that will keep the entire telecom market stunned. According to the news, BSNL is planning to offer 20GB of 3G data for just Rs. 50.
The report further claims that the data can be used by a group of 4 other BSNL users residing anywhere in India. The scheme is being subsidized by Government of India and is part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of Digital India.
According to the sources, this highly lucrative offer has created a buzz among mobile data users. The main reason behind this is the existing offers given by the leading telecom companies provide only 1GB of 3G data for Rs. 200 while the BSNL is offering the 20 times more data that too for the one fourth of the price.
According to the sources in BSNL, to avail the benefits of this scheme the existing users need to log on to the BSNL mobile safe care portal and fill the personal details along with the details of the remaining four numbers with whom you will be sharing the mobile data. The basic purpose of the above scheme is to increase the subscribers base with an available cheap internet. The condition of 4 data sharing users will also lead to boost the sales of the prepaid cards, claimed the sources.
According to BSNL General Manager Ram Shabd Yadav, this scheme would end up benefitting people from lower economic strata who are not able to afford mobile internet services. It is part of government’s agenda to achieve 100 per cent internet access in the nation. The scheme would readily be availed by urban families as one internet package would be sufficient for all the users.