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BSNL revised plans of Rs 35, Rs 53 and Rs 395 to offer up to 25 times more data

BSNL revised plans of Rs 35, Rs 53 and Rs 395 to offer up to 25 times more data
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BSNL has revised three of its special tariff vouchers (STVs). As per a TelecomTalk report, the company has revised Rs 35, Rs 53 and Rs 395 prepaid plans.

The move of revising these plans comes days after BSNL revamped its Rs 666 plan and deactivated the plans of Rs 999 and Rs 2,099. Here's all what you need to know about these BSNL prepaid plans

For Rs 35 plan- 25 times more data

Under the revised Rs 35 prepaid plans, BSNL customers will get 5GB data. Earlier, it offered just 200MB data. Anyhow the validity of the plan remains unchanged that is five days only. This one of Rs 35 is a data only plan and do not give any calling or SMS benefits.

For Rs 53 plan - Validity reduced to 14 days

BSNL has slashed the validity of its Rs 53 prepaid plan and now gives more mobile data. Previously, the plan was valid for 21 days and offered 250MB data. Now, it offers a validity of 14 days and comes with 8GB data.

For Rs 395 plan - Unlimited voice calling

The telecom operator now offers unlimited voice calling and national roaming under the revised prepaid plan of Rs 395. There is also an additional free data with a FUP limit of 2GB per day. After this, mobile data speed reduces to 80kbps. However, BSNL did not modify its validity which still remains the same that is for 71 days.

As mentioned, the telecom has revised its Sixer plan of Rs 666 in addition to deactivating the plans of Rs 999 and Rs 2,099. After revision, the telecom operator has increased the validity it gives for the Rs 666 plan. The plan was introduced with the validity of 129 days, and then the firm reduced the validity this year in February to 122 days. The telco has now once again modified the plan and offering the validity of 134 days under Rs 666 plan.

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