BSNL Brings Rs. 599 Prepaid Recharge Plan With 5GB Daily High Speed Data, Unlimited Voice Calls for 90 Days
BSNL Brings Rs. 599 Prepaid Recharge Plan With 5GB Daily High-Speed Data, Unlimited Voice Calls for 90 Days
The new BSNL prepaid recharge plan is available across all circles, except the Andaman and Nicobar as well as Jammu and Kashmir.
By Jagmeet Singh | Updated: 6 July 2020 14:40 IST
BSNL’s Chennai division announced the launch of its Rs. 599 prepaid plan
BSNL has brought the Rs. 599 plan as its “Work from Home” tariff
The Rs. 599 BSNL prepaid recharge includes 100 SMS messages per day
BSNL customers can recharge with Rs. 599 plan by sending an SMS message
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has launched a Rs. 599 prepaid recharge plan that brings unlimited voice calling as well as 5GB of daily high-speed data benefits for 90 days. The new plan, which is available as a “Work from Home, WFH” special tariff voucher, also includes 100 SMS messages per day throughout its validity. BSNL has brought the Rs. 599 prepaid plan just days after extending its “Work@Home” broadband plan. The state-owned operator also recently reintroduced the Rs. 299 and Rs. 491 prepaid plans for 90 days.
The BSNL Chennai division posted a tweet to announce the launch of the Rs. 599 prepaid plan. However, BSNL confirmed to Gadgets 360 that the new offering isn't just limited to the Chennai circle and is applicable across all its circles, except the Andaman and Nicobar as well as Jammu and Kashmir.
As far as the benefits are concerned, the Rs. 599 BSNL prepaid plan brings unlimited local, STD, and roaming calls with a quota of 250 outgoing minutes. The free voice calling is applicable on MTNL networks in Delhi and Mumbai as well. Further, users get 100 SMS messages per day and 5GB high-speed data on a daily basis.
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