Indian state-owned telecom company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) has a new ‘Unlimited Broadband at 249’ plan up its sleeves. As part of this new offer, BSNL’s broadband users will be able to churn out 10GB data per day at a monthly price of Rs 249.
What’s more, customers will also be benefited from unlimited off-net (BSNL to any network) calls without paying anything extra. The only catch, free calls can be made only between 9 PM to 7 AM cycle on weekdays. On Sundays, however, free calls can be done throughout the day.
“BSNL is the only operator that is offering cheapest 10 GB per day data download plan under Wireline Broadband services in the country,” the company said in a statement.
The plan might be doing well already since BSNL has reportedly been witnessing growth in subscribers’ count to its wireline broadband services. In the event you are looking to subscribe, you can visit the nearest BSNL customer support center. Alternatively, you can also dial a toll-free number 1800 345 1500.
BSNL recently jumped into a war started by Mukesh Ambani-led Jio, offering free data and voice calling to prepaid users at cheaper rates. The company is offering 56GB worth of 3G data and free unlimited local and STD on-net call at Rs 339.