BSNL launches Rs 599 Work from Home plan with 5GB daily data and 90 days validity

With so many people working from home these days, telecom operators have come up with several work from home plans for their subscribers. The latest such plan comes from the state-run telco, BSNL in from of the Rs 599 Work from Home STV. The new plan is an unlimited combo plan offering a host of benefits.

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The new plan is similar to the Rs 551 plan from the company in terms of data benefits, which was limited to just Andhra Pradesh and Telangana telecom circles earlier. The latest plan is applicable in all circles that BSNL operates in, and offers a validity of 90 days. Here’s all you need to know about the new BSNL prepaid plan.

BSNL launches Rs 599 Work from Home unlimited combo plan

The BSNL Rs 599 Work from Home STV offers data, calling and SMS benefits

The BSNL Rs 599 Work from Home STV offers data, calling and SMS benefits

The aforementioned Rs 551 plan was a data voucher that offered 5GB data per day without any other benefits. The new Rs 599 Work from Home STV is an unlimited combo plan for prepaid mobile users. The pack offers unlimited data benefits with the FUP restriction set at 5GB per day and 10Mbps speeds. Post the FUP usage, the speed will be reduced to 80Kbps.

Apart from data benefits, the new pack also offers 250 minutes of voice calling and national roaming. The plan also offers 100 SMSes per day to any network. The Rs 599 plan is being offered in all telecom circles except Mumbai and Delhi (BSNL doesn’t operate in these circles), and comes with a validity of 90 days.

The Rs 599 WFH STV can be activated through BSNL’s official website, CTOPUP and self care activation.

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