BSNL Rs 1,345 recharge with 1.5GB of data per day and 365-day validity launched

“BSNL is offering a total of 557.5GB of data with its new yearly data-centric plan”

Earlier this week, struggling telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) introduced it’s Abhinandan Rs 151 prepaid recharge with unlimited calling and 24GB of data. Now, the state-owned telco has launched a new long-term validity tariff for its prepaid subscribers. The new recharge costs Rs 1,345 and offers daily data benefits and 365 days of validity.

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BSNL’s new Rs 1,345 prepaid pack offers 1.5GB of data per day for a year. The tariff also comes with 10GB of extra data as a reserve. In total, the new recharge provides a whopping 557.5GB of data for the validity period. Unfortunately, the new pack doesn’t come with any other benefits such as voice calling or SMSes. This tariff is only available in Kerala until September 19th. Lastly, the new BSNL recharge offers 4G in areas where it’s available in the telecom circle.

Talking about the recently launched Abhinandan prepaid recharge. At Rs 151, the plan offers 1GB of 3G data every day and a validity of 180 days. This tariff also offers unlimited calling and 100 daily SMSes, but these are only applicable for 24 days. This plan is only available in Tamil Nadu, including Chennai circle. Users can opt for this recharge by sending “PLAN 151” to 123.

In related news, BSNL gave to treat to its broadband subscribers by refreshing its Superstar 300 plan. The company has started bundling the tariff with a free subscription to Hotstar Premium across the country. The plan costs Rs 749 and offers 300GB of high-speed data per month at 50Mbps. Thanks to the new offer, BSNL broadband users will have Hostar’s portfolio of originals, live sports – including the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, apart from movies and TV shows. Normally, Hotstar Premium’s monthly subscription costs Rs 299.

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