To Beat the competitors at its own game the BSNL has finally decided to come out with the most aggressive pricing for their wireless broadband services and in the bargain, the company has decided to offer the 10GB of data per day to the consumer for just Rs. 249 per month.
According to the sources, India’s biggest telecom service providers BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) has decided to become aggressive in their offerings of wireless broadband internet services and the company have started their initiative from the capital of India. The sources have revealed that state run telecom operator BSNL has started offering 10 GB data per day as part of its ‘Unlimited Broadband at 249’ offer. The telco is allowing its users to download and use 10 GB data per day by paying monthly charges of Rs 249 only.
The price war started by the RIL (Reliance Industries Limited) has reached the crossroads where everyone started competing with the each other by offering the similar pricing for their services in the country. BSNL the state-owned telecom company which remained behind in this price war has come out with the new broadband plans that will change the entire perspective of the consumer in India.
The offer that BSNL has decided to come out with will change the way people used the data in this country. rupees 249 is all that you will have to pay to get the 300 GB data and unlimited calling to any network. Although the calling will remain restricted from 9 PM to 7 AM and on all the Sundays without any additional charges said the sources.
According to the sources, the reason behind the aggressive offering is to pull the new consumers for its broadband services. “BSNL is the only operator who is offering cheapest “10 GB per day” data download plan under wireline Broadband services in the country,” said N. K. Gupta, Director (NFA) BSNL Board.
The plan has already started bringing results for the telco as new customers have started subscribing to BSNL wireline broadband services for the offer. New Broadband connections can be subscribed by visiting nearest BSNL customer service center or by calling toll free number- 1800 345 1500, said the sources.