BSNL is accused of war against the biggest telecommunication players, such as Airtel, Jio, Vodafone, and Cellular Idea. Following the relatively stable restoration of prepaid plans, the state-of-the-art telecommunication company has now introduced a new plan that offers ‘real’ unlimited telephone calls. The new BSNL RS 39 prepaid plan is located next to two existing RS 99 and RS 319 plans.
BSNL Rs 39 offers a free phone call phone number to customers of any number throughout India. The plan is available in all BSNL circles, which means it is not valid for Delhi and Mumbai circles. The BSNL Rs Rs comes with a 10-day validity and offers 100 free SMS services and free PRBT calls for the validity given. It is worth mentioning that there is no data benefit in this plan, so the tariff customers may have to buy specific data or to buy a data and a word comb comb.
This plan is similar to two other vocal plans launched by BSNL earlier this year. BSNL Rs 99 STV offers unlimited calls, 100 SMS, and a PRBT service available for a 26-day validity and the BSNL RS 319 STV plan benefits customers with similar offers for a 90 day validity. However, the PRBT call service allows the customer to set a default BSNL tone as the caller tone, however, if it chooses some other desire to incur fees.
The BSN BS BS BS plan is similar to the Reliance Jio Rs 49 prepaid plan which gives customers unlimited calls for a 28 day validity. In addition, customers receive monthly data of 1GB and if it gets exhausted within the validity, data speeds are restricted to 64Kbps. The package also offers 100 SMS per day for 28 days. The Jio Rs 49 plan is available exclusively to Jio Phone users, so users who are not Jio Phone themselves have to transfer to the 98 prepaid plan that offers the same benefits calls, SMS and apps, except for for additional 1GB data, which means 2GB data for 28 days.