State-run telecom operator BSNL has announced new unlimited plans, starting with the Calcutta circle. The new unlimited plans from BSNL start at Rs 99, offering 26 days validity and unlimited voice calls to all networks. BSNL is also being rumoured to roll out 4G services by March, according to some reports.
BSNL’s new unlimited plans come days after incumbent telecom operators and Reliance Jio announced new plans with unlimited data and calling benefits. BSNL’s new plans are currently applicable in the Calcutta circle only, with information yet to be made available for other circles as of now.
BSNL unlimited plan details
BSNL has announced two unlimited plans for its subscribers, one with 26 days validity and another with 90 days validity, taking on Reliance Jio’s popular 28 days and 84 days plans.
BSNL’s Rs 99 plan offers subscribers with unlimited calling benefits for 26 days, while the Rs 319 plan gives 90 days validity. Both the plans offer unlimited calls even on roaming, but the Delhi and Mumbai circles are excluded in this plan.
In addition to these two plans, BSNL also has a Rs 999 plan that offers 181 days validity, with 1GB high speed data per day and unlimited voice calls.
BSNL 4G roll out expected soon
BSNL is also gearing up to roll out its 4G services soon, according to SP Tripathi, CGM, Calcutta Telephones. He said, “We expect spectrum in the 2,100 MHz band within days and equipment is also ready,”.